The tribes of Arunachal have a tradition of artistic craftsmanship and their sense of aesthetics is manifested through a variety of crafts such as cane and bamboo work, weaving, painting, pottery, smithy work, basket making, wood carving etc. Each tribe has a unique technique and identifiable artifacts which makes it the most attractive feature of the state.
The Monpas are known for their carpets and painted wooden vessels. Vivid colours and exquisite patterns are the hallmark of their weaving.
The Apatanis, Nyshis and Adis make attractive articles from cane and bamboo and the Wanchos and Noctes make wooden carved figures and intricate necklaces of colorful beads. All tribes weave their traditional dresses in vivid colours and distinct patterns.