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<strong>"Rescue" by Kay Kirkpatrick</strong><br /><br /> The abstracted ladder pushes away from the new Fire Station 35 as a reference to the rescues firefighters perform daily. Surrounding the playful “35” sits a neon crown of fire, both an obvious tie t

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courtesy of
Peter de Lory
Originally appeared in Hot Houses
on September 27, 2011
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The abstracted ladder pushes away from the new Fire Station 35 as a reference to the rescues firefighters perform daily. Surrounding the playful “35” sits a neon crown of fire, both an obvious tie t
"Rescue" by Kay Kirkpatrick The abstracted ladder pushes away from the new Fire Station 35 as a reference to the rescues firefighters perform daily. Surrounding the playful “35” sits a neon crown of fire, both an obvious tie to a firefighter’s main adversary and also as a play on the building’s 1950s-style architecture. Photo by Peter de Lory

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