Canadian designer Calvin Nicholls recently created exquisite sculptures using sheets of paper, really a work of imaginative because it is able to process high-value paper into art. Calvin has created a paper sculpture from around 1986 in the Toronto area of Ontario, Canada. Working with a piece of paper and a scalpel, step with great detail and carefully cut pieces of components by parts in accordance with the final image and assemble artwork in low relief under the studio lights. When the sculpture is finished lighting adjusted to bring the subtle forms and textures. A large format camera used to capture detail in the 8 × 10 film before scanning for print applications or art prints.