The husband-and-wife team have been creating incredible paper sculptures since 1987 in their home studio in South Dakota. Each piece can take up to 11 months to make, using a specially-formulated paper. The artists put paper pulp into silicone molds and then pressurize it to remove the water. The hard, lightweight pieces are then removed, and the couple painstakingly add detail using a wide range of tools. The pieces range in scale from life-size to 1/6 life-size.