DiamondsAreEvil

Modern and Unique Handmade Laser-Cut Jewelry + Art

Flagstaff, Arizona · 388 Sales

DiamondsAreEvil

Modern and Unique Handmade Laser-Cut Jewelry + Art

Flagstaff, Arizona 388 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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Announcement   Welcome to our shop where you can find laser cut wooden jewelry. All of our products make great gifts for friends, family, or co-workers. Custom work is available upon request and tweaking our already made designs is always an option!

Like Diamonds Are Evil on Facebook at:
http://www.facebook.com/DiamondsAreEvil

Follow us on Twitter & Instagram:
@DiamondsAreEvil

View our Website at:
www.diamondsareevil.com

Announcement

Welcome to our shop where you can find laser cut wooden jewelry. All of our products make great gifts for friends, family, or co-workers. Custom work is available upon request and tweaking our already made designs is always an option!

Like Diamonds Are Evil on Facebook at:
http://www.facebook.com/DiamondsAreEvil

Follow us on Twitter & Instagram:
@DiamondsAreEvil

View our Website at:
www.diamondsareevil.com

Mere+Murphy

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Mere+Murphy

HEAD-TURNER | pendant necklace
HEAD-TURNER | pendant necklace
$38.00
EYEFUL | short triangle necklace
EYEFUL | short triangle necklace
$38.00
EYEFUL | layered necklace
EYEFUL | layered necklace
$40.00
DISHY | tiered chevron necklace
DISHY | tiered chevron necklace
$48.00
VISION | wood statement necklace
VISION | wood statement necklace
$48.00
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About

Beautifully Designed and Crafted Goods that are a Delightful Mix of Man and Machine

//\\//\\ About //\\//\\

Diamonds Are Evil was born on a hot summer day in Texas, when the co-founders were just looking for an excuse to stay inside in the AC and needed an interesting way to pass the time. Already really into lasers (Michael ran the lasers at the School of Architecture, and Meredith used them regularly for class projects), they began designing and experimenting until they found an aesthetic and technique that set them apart in their niche. What started as a fun, relaxing side project for the couple quickly grew into an online business while they were still in college.

Once out of school, they dutifully headed into their chosen careers - Meredith, an Architect; Michael - an Engineer. Pursuing new materials, techniques and designs became a passionate evening and weekend pursuit and the two never really lost sight of the joy they felt when creating something together. Many late nights and long weekends later, they were both able to 'escape their professions' (as Meredith likes to phrase it) and fully develop Diamonds Are Evil.

//\\//\\ Why Diamonds Are Evil? //\\//\\

The name is linked to the couple's opinion of the diamond industry and its lack of ethics. When they began designing, they were just looking for a creative outlet. The real mission started as they were brainstorming a business name. As they looked at the jewelry market, they saw a lack of knowledge about gemstones and diamonds. Meredith and Michael wanted to create a brand identity that, at the very least, started a conversation. One diamond looks just like any other diamond. We don't want to look the same as everyone else and we don't want you to either!

//\\//\\ About our Jewelry //\\//\\

Our jewelry is made with sustainably harvested birch plywood or maple hardwood. These woods are engineered to be strong and lightweight. We use inlays of natural brass and ethically sourced leather in our latest collection. Each piece is designed and made by the Diamonds Are Evil team in our Flagstaff, Arizona studio. Please stop by for a visit next time you are in the area!

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  • Meredith

    Owner, Creator, Designer

    A fun-loving, design-obsessed craftswoman hailing from East Texas, Meredith received a BA in Art followed by a Master of Architecture. Meredith enjoys designing, painting, cooking, biking, cycling, music, and traveling.

  • Michael

    Owner, Creator, Designer

    Raised in the swamps of Louisiana, Michael moved to the great state of Texas to get his BS in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. Michael enjoys designing, eating, biking, BMX, making music and building things (but never finishing them).

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