The artistic expressions attributed to this culture are found mainly on objects left as grave goods and funerary offerings. One of the most notable and characteristic artifacts is the turban, which was made from thick skeins of camelid wool. Other noteworthy items include gold and copper ornaments such as discs, plaques, and pins. These have been found along with beaded necklaces made of bone, stone, shell and seeds. Their textiles were usually dyed with bands of red, blue and brown, and were used to make loincloth aprons (faldellines), bags and headbands that were used for gathering activities. Their baskets were also decorated with geometric motifs, mainly laddered designs. Equally important were the bird-shaped wood carvings inlaid with stones and gourds pyrographied with solar, bird and geometric motifs.