Dogs And Cats Walkway & Sculpture Garden Now Open At Museum Park

The Dogs and Cats Walkway and Sculpture Gardens opened to the public on Saturday, December 3 at Museum Park (recently renamed Maurice Ferre Park).

The opening was timed for Miami Art Week.

A total of 52 local artists worked on the sculptures, with different breeds of cats and dogs displayed.

The Dogs and Cats Walkway is free, permanent and open to the public everyday from 7 AM to 10 PM.

According to a tweet from Joe Carollo, the art was made possible by the Bayfront Park Management Trust,  which is presided by Carollo.

The Art Newspaper called the $896,000 project “garish” in 2021. A board member of the Bayfront Park Management Trust also resigned over the way the project was pushed through.

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Anon
1 month ago

I have to admit I was wrong on this one. I was originally horrified by the concept of large cat and dog statues all over bayfront park – but the way they neatly tied it into the butterfly garden is actually really nice. Overall the project is fun, colorful, graphic, and humorous. I’m a fan.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Testament never to let fear hold us back of what could be(autify)!

J.M.
1 month ago

Same. It’s cute not going to lie. Though other projects would also look good at this location.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Plenty of other spaces to bring art all around MiAmI, add it there and let’s keep up the great work!

Not Anonymous
1 month ago

This is the only positive impact that Joe Carrollo has had on the city since he was first elected. Hope that more of these kinds of modern sculptures are added along Downtown and Brickell!

Anon
1 month ago

Hope so too, Downtown and Brickell need more art and design!

Anonymous
1 month ago

I too have a fear of big cats.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Now let’s please put separators on those benches so they no longer serve as beds!

Urbanist
1 month ago

Let’s put the homeless into houses rather than wasting public money making our public spaces difficult to use for EVERYONE.

Anonymous
1 month ago

You’re too fat to fit in between bench separators?

Hilarious!
1 month ago

(thigh slap) HA!

Anon
1 month ago

And how do you propose doing that without public money?

Anonymous
1 month ago

They did that in hotels in NyC and they never moved out.

Not Anonymous
1 month ago

Only in America are the poor people who cannot afford rent treated this horribly. In Finland, they give the homeless free permanent housing (albeit small 2 room ones), and studies show that this helps them find jobs at exponents of what they would if living on the streets. Homeless are people too, we should treat them as such.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Who said we don’t help them? We house our brothers and sisters in need and volunteer at homeless cafeterias and have so many charitable events. The only difference is that it’s not government funded and mandated. People have a choice of how they help others. That’s freedom.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Well gee if Powerhouse Finland does it, then lil wee United States should too.

FYI the entire nation of Finland’s GDP is less then that of metro Miami/South Florida tri-county area.

hmm...
1 month ago

Somehow they also manage to provide healthcare for their citizens, too. With less GDP than South Florida. Priorities, I guess…

Anonymous
1 month ago

These people aren’t homeless, because they also have options here to be under a roof but they would have to stop their drug habit, hence why they choose to live in the streets. They are bums, not homeless. Homeless are refugees from war torn countries like Ukraine where their homes have been turned to rubble, that’s homeless.

Anonymous
1 month ago

i saw it……dont understand all the anger….it looks nice and small kids love the sculptures….

Anonymous
1 month ago

This is a fake and made up controversy. It probably originated from one individual’s personal gripe and caught on, but there’s nothing controversial or objectionable about bringing more art to the City. Sad a person would go to such lengths to block the city from new art over his/her own issues.

Big applause and thanks for this wonderful and needed art space!

Anon
1 month ago

These photos don’t really do it justice – it’s really well done in person

Anonymous
1 month ago

I was skeptical at first but I love it and this weekend it has made the area full of people. Bravo!

Anonymous
1 month ago

This is so creative and beautiful! I wish the City and DDA brought more public art to and throughout Brickell.

Anon
1 month ago

There’s no room and no parks in Brickell.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The new Southside is about to open up and would be perfect location for a sculpture park!

There’s a lot of developing land just east of I95 along 2nd Ave that could use art to beautify the area and bring in foot traffic from the Underline.

If new buildings are required to have set backs there would be room at corners.

The city could also acquire a few of those old out-of-place single-family homes on 11th street and turn them into needed parks and designate salvageable structure as historic.

All along I-95 and underneath is wasted land that could be an urban sculpture park. The pillars holding up I-95 could be turned into sculptures with the right type of facade (human forms or ornate columns) – it could be built around them without touching and wouldn’t even impact the engineering.

A new roundabout going in at 3rd Ave (perfect for large scale monument).

There’s also the Underline, and a park at the inlet and river walk trail.

Anon
1 month ago

That tiny parklet? And yes the underline is a great public space but it’s hardly a park – it’s 90% hardscape.

Anon
1 month ago

Also, though that would be great unfortunately the city is not going to start buying up land in the most valuable neighborhood in the city for pocket parks. Sorry..

Anonymous
1 month ago

How can it continue to be the most valuable then when other neighborhoods develop beautiful parks? There may be some areas around I-95 that could justify the costs.

Anon
1 month ago

I believe currently it is the most expensive but that could change. The point I was trying to make is there will never be a green space of note in Brickell – the closest thing is the Underline which is AMAZING but it is mostly hardscape.

Any of the developable lots in the future will be developed as high-rises. Which is what people want, no? I keep seeing “build build build” comments when it comes to Brickell. People are almost offended when you suggest building something more modest like a public park.

Anonymous
1 month ago

All the people I know who own and live in Brickell are immensely terrified of the overdevelopment of high rises.

They moved there because of its mix of high rises and spacious areas with tropical greenery which is being removed more and more. For example, people are upset that a big part of the village style Mary Brickell Village is being replaced with a skyscraper. It currently serves as a public square type area for people to meet and hang out but if it’s all high rises it could become what happened to downtown when I grew up here.

People really want parklets, but not just sparse grass and palm trees, well thought parks with cafes and outside dining, interesting landscaping and places to hang out, like a public square with restaurants, art, shop and residences all around.

Anon
1 month ago

Don’t tell that to anyone on this forum LOL

Brickellite
1 month ago

Love the hire rises too. Excited for all the super talls coming to Brickell, just meant a it’s good to preserve strategic open community space and learned there are plans coming together for this 👍

Pleezzee
1 month ago

^
“All the people I know who own and live in Brickell are immensely terrified of the overdevelopment of high rises”

Yet, they moved into an area that has “high-rises” and were building more high-rises when they came.

Those people you know that live in Brickell and now whine about an “overdevelopment of high rises” don’t and shouldn’t get any sympathy from people who live in other parts of the county.

Anonymous
1 month ago

If they don’t take action now to add much needed public art and parklets then the area could fall into disrepair overtime and other parts of Miami could outshine and out value, and being down value of entire city.

Anonymous
1 month ago

There is a huge park in Brickell, where the river meets the bay, with large roped off circles for monumental sized sculpture and public art. This area is underutilized, if anyone wants to bring more sculptures to Miami – check out this prime spot!

Anonymous
1 month ago

If it’s so valuable why are there still underdeveloped parts? It’s because it needs to get a facelift, add public art and park let’s, and resell the remaining land for a profit when developers see the value and want to pay double price for less land – it’s just smart business.

Anonymous
1 month ago

So true! Imagine how cool this city would be if the posts holding up I95 looked like the ones in the icon Building?

People from around the world would flock to take pictures under the highway – it’s a vibe. Once they get there, they will keep walking well into Little Havana and Miami has a new booming economy and plaza upon plaza adjacent to the financial capital Brickell!

Anon
1 month ago

I mean it’s true – Brickell’s great but it will never have a great park. The biggest park they have is that little Miami Circle area next to the ICON parking lot.

Brickell Stakeholder
1 month ago

Never say never, a lot of owner full-time residents here, more than other areas, and they have a say that can make it happen. In the 1970s would you ever have thought Brickell would be what it is today? We will look back at this moment, sitting with our grandkids in a Brickell Park looking up at the towers around us and tell them, “Child, because of us we have this place to gather and look up at the sky.”

anon
1 month ago

okay then where? demolish a bunch of the houses in the Roads? Get real. Theres no room for a big public park in Brickell. It’s fine, its still a nice part of the city.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yes those homes are old anyway. Why do they need single family homes directly adjacent to the financial capital. The park could be under I95 and along the river and connect Brickell Roads Little Havana and Riverside. It’s such a wasted area now and visitors pass by EVERY DAY and see the empty under utilized space. Why are we spending so much money on Overtown when there is a gem right here that can produce more immediate returns?

Anonymous
1 month ago

“Why are we spending so much money on Overtown ”

Who are the “WE?”

Anon
1 month ago

We = Stakeholders = Owners of any property in downtown, local businesses, and anyone else with a vested interest.

Anonymous
1 month ago

^
So what you mean is they’re no different than the tax paying homeowners?

Brickellite
1 month ago

No I included homeowners at the top of list, “property” isn’t just land, it’s also condos, buildings, etc.

what U talken bout Willis?
1 month ago

“There’s no room and no parks in Brickell”

Um, I think Simpson and other parks in Brickell will disagree.

Anon
1 month ago

Simpson Park is a preserve. It’s nice to have but it’s not the same as a place where people can recreate, have picncs, let their dogs run, have bands play, play soccer, etc

Anonymous
1 month ago

Exactly, we can’t point to Simpson Park as an urban park. It’s a preserve and doesn’t have the experience and gathering qualities of a neighborhood park, that say Bayside and Underdeck (and Central Park) have – this is what Brickell needs above all, a connection of parks and community. The rest of Miami is being upsized so no harm in carving some central open community space before it’s all built up.

Anonymous
1 month ago

So you want the kind of park that meets YOUR specifications?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Just Google image search “modern urban park”

Interestingly the Underline in Miami is the first result – Miami knows how to do this. LA has a really cool one with tiny short grass hills (like a golf course) woven into the concrete – this would look really cool here and make our flat landscape more interesting.

Parklets don’t have to be expensive or massive, they just need to be aesthetically beautiful, well designed and strategically placed in under utilized spots within dense zones.

anon
1 month ago

No, a park. A park. A preserve is not a park…

Anonymous
1 month ago

^
The place is called “Simpson Park,” not “Simpson Preserve.”

Brickellite
1 month ago

Jonathan Dickinson Park is a preserve called a “park,” as are most preserves. Nice try, and attention to detail, but it’s kind of a settled fact, Simpson Park is a preserve. Moot point.

Pleezzee
1 month ago

^
Okay Brickellite, what is actual meaning of the word – “preserve?”

Brickellite
1 month ago

In Florida, many “preserves” are designated land that must be maintained in their original natural landscape. Therefore, they can’t become “urban parks” with modern infrastructure integrated into them.

I grew up near a preserve in Florida, and it’s gorgeous protected land to visit, but its more useful for outdoor hiking, kayaking, or other more outdoorsy activities, with very low human impact on the land.

Anonymous
1 month ago

They sure let their dogs run in Miami Circle Park.

Brickell Stakeholder
1 month ago

Lightbulb Moment, All: Anon said we need a place in Brickell to “play soccer.” There’s ALREADY an awesome soccer field in Brickell by the Chetrit riverfront development along the river which is going up now.

I went to this civic area when I voted a month ago. I was WOWED by the amount of public space HERE IN Brickell and looking up at I-95 was surprisingly beautiful, not like any underpass, but like looking up at the Brooklyn Bridge with its height and the water below. This doesn’t have to be a tug-of-war of, do we develop and sacrifice valuable lots or buy parks, etc…we can have BOTH in Brickell!

The problem with this park and space now, is that it’s outdated, poorly maintained and has very little buzz or entertainment drawing crowds in. It could be Miami’s new central park and river front. Once Chetrit goes up, people will catch on – the city will be done with the Underdeck, which will connect Overtown to Park West, and have learned valuable insight, and develop a newer better version here in Brickell.

Just wait, predicted here, now, and I think we have a lot to look forward to in Brickell!

Anonymous
1 month ago

People don’t know about them but they would if they revamped them with public art and made them more experiential.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I heard Brickell used to have some cool riverfront park with picnic tables but it’s getting replaced with Brickell City Center. Maybe a public green square can be required in the center of a retail/residential development.

Anon
1 month ago

Every last inch of Brickell will be filled with highrises. Developers care about maximizing profits, not maximizing green space.

Thank god Park West has Bayfront Park and thank god Miami Worldcenter is now public open space instead of an enormous enclosed mall.

Public space is the way.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s not just what developers care about. It’s also what current and future owners care about. There are a lot more full-year resident owner stakeholders in Brickell now, who have a say in their community and investments too.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Park West is a great alternative to Brickell but it is more dense and traffic than Brickell since it’s central, so that park is a saving grace for those who live directly in front of it. Brickell has Brickell Key and Bay Drive but the outdoor space hasn’t been fully realized yet—it will be especially with the new iconic Citadel building coming.

Brickell City Centre is not an enclosed mall. It is indoor/outdoor and a huge asset to Miami. People can feel comfortable there all year around in any weather environment. It’s hugely successful so you can’t compare apples and oranges, but Brickell does need public outdoor space woven into future development.

anon
1 month ago

I didn’t say Brickell City Centre is an enclosed mall……I said thank god Miami Worldcenter is not an enclosed mall, which was the original concept.

Anon2
1 month ago

I misunderstood your point. You’re right! The World Center is going to be beautiful. I think Downtown/Brickell is going to be amazing when its done. It’s a quick stop on the metro mover, so residents of both neighborhoods can quickly zip back and forth without ever starting the ignition.

Pleezzee
1 month ago

^
This city and county possessed all the green space one could want and the city of Miami was still rated as one of the top three poorest cities in United State of America in the 1970’s, 80’s, and 90’s.

What did “Public Space” do for the city of Miami back then?

Brickellite
1 month ago

The parks of Miami’s past were largely just vacant lots with the bare minimum amount of infrastructure. That was before there were so many high-end residential buildings and residents to help maintain the parks, with revenue stream to fund them. It’s a different environment now, and the types of urban parks being pitched are to maintain the growth from being over densified without community gathering spaces.

wanderer34
1 month ago

I’m pretty sure while both aren’t technically considered parks, that the Underline and the Underdeck would further enhancee and supplement Miami’s greenspace. And let’s not forget that Miami is nearby one of the largest wetlands and greenlands in America, the Everglades!

Brickellite
1 month ago

Everglades and preserves are not the type of parks people want in Miami. You can’t compare them. That’s like comparing the Catskill Mountains to Central Park. Preserves and Everglades are perfect for those looking to make an adventure out in the wild, but it’s not the same as someone wanting to stroll along an open air community space for dining/shopping and lounging.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Plenty of room on underutilized plazas of buildings built during previous booms.

Always Sunny in MIA
1 month ago

This might be a niche thing to bring up here, but I really appreciate this type of landscaping inviting butterflies, bees, etc. Miami and south FL in general, need to be creating more of this kind of habitat for our crucial backbone of cross pollinators. The big doggos and kitties also came out nice!

Sunny Indeed
1 month ago

Ageee snapped a shot of a gorgeous Monarch at the Underline. That entire area and surrounding blocks are blossoming.

It’s amazing what a well designed/landscaped park can do to an area and the surrounding blocks – it’s not only alive with butterflies but people are waking all around there and exploring parts of Brickell they never saw before!

Cat and Dog Lover
1 month ago

So glad they include cats! Cats are the most underrated pet in America. If everyone had them, instead of dogs, there would be no droppings on the sidewalks.

Another benefit is that they eradicate vermin. NYC spends so much money trying to eradicate a rat problem, but if a creative leader let feral cats out into the streets – the rats would be gone.

Istanbul has thousands of beautiful feral cats in the city, and the cats actually have their own rights now under law. I saw Miami Beach has a program for feral cats near the convention center – so smart and nice to see. City leaders shouldn’t underestimate the value that cats have to a city and its population.

Cat and Dog Lover
1 month ago

The feral cats of Istanbul have their own Wikipedia page. Please check it out, it also discusses the law to protect the cats:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Feral_cats_in_Istanbul

Anon
1 month ago

Yeah you just have to be okay with an animal shitting in your house.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s better than on the streets. I seem smudged poo all the time if inconsiderate people bother to pick it up.

I was at the beach once and a dog pooed right next to me and the owner giggled and kicked sand on it as though that helped. Some dog owners are the absolute worst.

They have robot litter boxes now, and cats are about the cleanest animals a person could own. They can even be potty trained.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Are you sure you weren’t in the “Miami Circle” park”

Anonymous
1 month ago

Not only that, but the genius NYC government cites business owners for having cats they take care of for dealing with the rodent problem the city does little about.

Anonymous
1 month ago

NYC gov are Idiots. They take money from businesses for having cats and then use all that money on exterminators, and the rats come back. They should just incentivize more cats and help the business owners, reduce expenses and clean up the city.

anonlatino
1 month ago

feral cats are such a huge problem for local wildlife. they kill birds and other native species of animals, and are arguably more of an invasive problem than iguanas.

Anon
1 month ago

Wrong, cats are native too. Cats are no match for big majestic birds. The little ratty ones are a pest and can fly and nobody wants them in the city either. They bring bird mites.

I lived in a very nice home in Florida and a cute little bird nest was permitted to stay on our property. Babies hatched and some in my family wanted it to stay. The next thing you know, I had to learn the hard way about bird mites – Google it.

They are like bed bugs and an microscopic army of them invade every party your entire home (and body) and bite you and crawl all over you until they eventually die because they can’t live on human blood.

I’ll take feral cats over rats, iguanas and ratty birds any day!

Anonymous
1 month ago

The biggest problem with feral cats is that they not only go after vermin, but also kill a ton of bird species just for the fun of it. They also reproduce to quickly and can spread disease easily amongst other native mammal species. There is a reason why they have to be kept in check.

Brickellite
1 month ago

I remember that Rollins College has them too.

Anonymous
1 month ago

This is surprisingly beautiful and a huge tourist attraction.

Anonymous
1 month ago

This is great! Museum Park is such a nice public space. Agree that we need to fix the benches so they no longer serve as beds.

Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

Good but this park needs more features and large trees

Anonymous
1 month ago

When will the fountain get fixed? Hasn’t worked since the 90s !!! What a disgrace to bayfront park, how is this tolerated????? We are miami, fix it!!!!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Nah.. It’ll cost too much money to operate a fountain that’s already next to water.

Anon
1 month ago

Don’t forget ….Carollo now wants to put billboards in parks. The guy is a crook….never forget it!

Anon
1 month ago

So where will the billboards go that our commission voted for? Alongside it or a bit to the right?

Anonymous
1 month ago

The commission should be replaced just because of that.

Anon
1 month ago

Billboards are bad for the city, property values, and business. It is possible that the Commission doesn’t have the authority to allow them, or that with enough pressure from stakeholders and residents the Commission can reverse its poor decision and save face.

Anon
1 month ago

Coming soon to the sculpture garden – an enormous billboard “Brought to you by CHEWY”

Urbanist
1 month ago

Literal pet project of loco Joe

Anonymous
1 month ago

Great! If everyone had a pet project the city would be 10x better. Please go find one and report back. If you need ideas, here’s one, start with picking up puppy dodo.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Still better than ninety percent of the “art” in public places Related commissions or on parking garage facades.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Although the project turned out nicer than I thought it would, I can’t help but to be disappointed that Miami has very few classy sculptures when in comparison to NYC, Chicago, Philly. We could use statues/sculptures that invoke the Native/ and Spaniard origins of south FLA. Missed opportunity to bring some real class to the city.

Anon
1 month ago

Obviously you have nevet met Joe Carollo!

Miami Leader
1 month ago

We can do our best to persuade him and think about who will be in charge after him.

wanderer34
1 month ago

As a former Philadelphian, I can beg to differ with the new Philadelphia against old Philadelphia. First of all, Love Park isn’t the same no more and it has absolutely no charm compared to the old Love Park. I miss the old fountain and reflecting pool where in every event, the water would change from green for St Patty’s Day or Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness, now its just jets shooting out from the ground and the only reason why the city changed it was to keep the skateboarders out of the old Love Park. To me it’s the disaster and the aestethics aren’t there. What really made Love Park great was the skateboarders and the fountain. Despite it’s age and imperfections, Love Park was a charming place and the charm is pretty much gone. And don’t get me started about the city’s new skyscrapers and SEPTA, the worst transportation system in the Americas!

Miami Leader
1 month ago

Absolutely! You are 100% right, there are so many roped off circles and squares in Brickell that have yet to be filled. We need monuments to honor our culture and to promote our new future!!!

Miami Fan
1 month ago

Pretty, for now. I can just imagine the destruction of all those flowers happening rather soon. Who’s going to maintain all that delicate landscaping?

Anon
1 month ago

All you need to see is how Carollo has failed to maintain Maurice Ferre Park and Bayfront Park!. .

This guy
1 month ago

Tacky and unsustainable

Make Miami Great Again
1 month ago

So trashy. Can’t believe we drained the park budget for this. I honestly think it’ll look better when it invariably gets vandalized.

Miami Leader
1 month ago

Your vision of great is ready for a tune up. Quit promoting vandalism, there are plenty of other spaces for street artists to express themselves, like in Wynnwood/Overtown – offenders here would be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, and there are cameras and people everywhere to deter them.

Alpina
1 month ago

Interesting points from the newspaper:
1. It was directed by Joe Carollo and WIFE. A friend sent his wife a video of a park in Cali, Colombia filled with cat sculptures that has become a tourist attraction. “Mark my words, these sculptures will bring busloads of tourists to the park,” Carollo says. “I envision people flocking to see this art. Miami will be known for its ‘Walkway of Dogs and Cats.’”…So we want to copycat what others already did and we expect to be recognized as creative and vanguard…how so?
2. The project cost nearly half the annual budget the Bayfront Park Management Trust receives from the Omni Community Redevelopment Agency
3. Initially there were plans being discussed “for a real sculpture park that could be something we all look to with pride,” but we got colorful cats and dogs instead
4. “Nothing should happen by the hand of one person, everything is about conversation and making sure that there’s some degree of consensus around what people really want,”

Anonymous
1 month ago

Ok Cruella.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Cruella, please donate your own sculptural art garden to the city. There can’t be enough, anything is better than nothing, even if it comes from one person. Art is meant to make us all talk about it.

Conollo
1 month ago

It’s not a donation if it comes from our tax dollars you stupid fuck

Hilarious!
1 month ago

“Miami will be known for its ‘Walkway of Dogs and Cats”

I thought Miami will be known for that ‘ICONIC” Ferris Wheel downtown?

Anonymous
1 month ago

The Ferris wheel would be better if it was more of an original design or offered unique services during the ride.

Pleezzee
1 month ago

Ahhh, I’m an adult male, and if were a visitor to Miami, I’d rather see young babes in string bikinis on Miami Beach.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I’m an adult male and I’d rather see fine art and sculptures than string bikinis on outdated BBLs.

Anonymous
1 month ago

That’s because you’re boring.

I’ll take shapely women in string bikinis from over all over the world and the Miami Beach vibe over being and sitting in a park looking the same ole boring non-moving sculptures in it.

Anon
1 month ago

Who said you can’t take a classy lady to the sculpture park on a date? It doesn’t have to be boring, son.

Anonymous
1 month ago

^
Doing that is boring to ME, and its more exciting to ME to be on Miami Beach checking out shapely women from all over the world in string bikinis.

Look, ask the black man who’s a Vietnam Vet and retired from the military who was just sitting in a park when the sun was at dusk and minding his own business when the cops came along and roughed him up because he didn’t leave the park fast enough for them, if another “park” in Miami mean something to him. Yeah, that happened about a year or two ago, and if don’t believe me, look it up.

Anon
1 month ago

Sorry about your friend. Nobody should be roughed up, but was the park closing and did he refuse to go? I think they close some parks by law at night so people don’t sleep there. Maybe this park had an issue with people sleeping there. Either way, hope this bad experience doesn’t stop you from giving parks another chance.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Funny but I don’t see anybody with real dogs and cats walking around…

Anon
1 month ago

Really? I saw tons of people with their dogs walking there this past weekend.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Where do you see them walking around with dogs and cats in the pictures?

Alpina
1 month ago

It hurts my eyes!!!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Ok Cruella.

Conollo
1 month ago

Hard to call it art. Utter basura. Carollo will be behind bars soon enough.