The use of calligraphy, mosaics and detailed handwriting are characteristics of Islamic art and architecture. Islamic art often features patterns of twisting vines or delicate flowers.
Islamic buildings are very ornate in nature. Mosques are commonly in the Islamic world and they often include columns and domes. Originally, the buildings were made of clay but, as technology changes, they began being made from bricks and concrete. The exact appearance varies depending on the century and the architect. Islamic manuscripts tend to contain vivid colors and pictures of animals. The majority of Islamic art contains fine details and added decorations that is one-of-a-kind.