Artistically, the Marajorara are most well known for their ceramics. They may have also produced other art forms such as featherwork and woodwork, but these would have perished over time in the humid climate. Their ceramic vessels came in a variety of shapes and sizes, but only some were decorated. Those were covered with white paint then fine red and black geometric motifs were drawn, resembling animals and humans. They also decorated their pieces with pastillaje and incisions, creating complex geometric designs in which the outlines of animal bodies, feline heads and humans can sometimes be discerned. They also made ceramic figurines of people, who were often seated. Other ceramic pieces included spindles for weaving, spoons (some decorated with animal heads), small stools (some decorated with human faces), bird-shaped whistles and weights for fishing nets.