STORY NO. 9 FIRE HYDRANT 12:
'In May 1904, a street sweeper in New York had forgotten a wrench beside a fire hydrant. A boy came by and opened the fire hydrant and threw the wrench away. The little boy’s prank ended up being a phenomenon.
For more than a hundred years, the fire hydrants in New York have been used to spray water on the citizens, so they could cool down when the weather was hot. It became a summer tradition in the streets of NYC. But to reduce the amount of wasted water, the city began distributing sprinkler caps in the 1950s.
There is an iconic scene with a flowing hydrant in Spike Lee’s 1989 movie "Do the right thing".
Today, the fire hydrants are iconic landmarks of the New York City environment. Fire Hydrant 12 stands in the Meatpacking District, 621 Hudson St., NY.
Photographer and storyteller: Jeanet Lang
Our black Story hoodie is so cool! The Story image is printed on the front and the story name, number and photographer are printed on the back, so when you pull up the hood, the information will be visible.
Style: Unisex with a modern loose fit. Pocket in front.
Fabric: 80% cotton and 20% polyester. 280 GSM.
Print: Printed in Denmark. Silk Screen Print (serigraphy). Phthalate free.
Wash: inside out, 40 degrees, see instruction inside
AWS apparel are always made at factories that protect rights of their employees and do their utmost to minimize their environmental footprint.
When buying this hoodie, you get the whole story written on the hangtag attached to the hoodie and a collectible postcard will be included.
(hoodie, hangtag and collectible postcard)
The hoodie will be delivered in an OEKO-TEX® AWS logo cottonbag
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