Their inspirations come from that feeling you had when you were a kid building forts in the living room and pretending you had magical powers, that kind of limitless abandon is what inspires them. Mary and her husband, both, suffer from the "Peter Pan" syndrome to some degree and thrive in that childlike enchantment. Their childhoods were spent playing outside and imagining the impossible, and now that they are adults they both let that experience inspire them to create things which are age appropriate but not absent of fun.
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"Our entire workspace looks like a plastic animal horror story and we are basically the serial killers. We chop and saw all of the animals in half or cut off their heads to incorporate those pieces into our work. We are left with unused halves and decapitated plastic animals and it looks kind of sad. The whole process of working the animals can be a little sad because in a way we are destroying the toys from their original state and working them into something new. We have a sleuth of super glue frenzy horror stories in which we were harmed, not the animals."