GIANT heads are the centre of attention at a Huddersfield firm.
The huge cast-iron sculptures stand more than three metres tall and are the latest work to come out of the H Downs and Sons' foundry in Leeds Road.
And, thanks to foundry workers and artist Peter Burke, they will be destined for a new life in the garden of a rich American art collector.
Burke, of Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, was commissioned to create the two-headed Janus by the collector.
Now he is arranging for the giant works to be crated up and shipped across the Atlantic and then taken by train to San Francisco.
Burke is pictured with the castings which took two weeks to produce in the foundry.
The sculpture is designed so the inside and outside of the castings project two different faces.
The castings are made up of four quarters, with two then being bolted together.
Mr Burke was sponsored by Sculpture at Goodwood, an arts foundation in the south of England.
Nigel Downs, managing director at the foundry, said: "It is an unusual commission but we are getting quite a reputation for works of art.
"We have done a number of works over the past 15 years and our name is well-known in the art world.
"It took the lads two weeks to produce the castings and they relished the challenge. We normally make engineering castings so this was somewhat different.
"The castings will go on show in the collector's garden at his home and they will be as they are, with the metal allowed to rust."