At the entrance to the Norwich Union building on Surrey St., there are two statues, flanking the grand edifice. They are; Rev. William Talbot (on the left) and Sir Samuel Bignold (centre). They were both sculpted by Mons. L. Chavalliaud, at the beginning of the Twentieth century. I have photographed a detailed section of the statues, as you can see. I liked the the folds etc. and the shadows cast by their relief. The right hand segment is an egg box I had photographed previously. It was a cardboard composite pressed tray, for six eggs. I flattened it, once empty! by standing on it. As usual, it was introduced into the collage, after looking through my library. I thought the image complimented the statues, by colour, texture, shape and lighting. I titled the picture, because of the portfolio business files you can see, signifying the gentlemans office and stature. (A0).