Detroit, Michigan: Monumental KittyCreated in 2010, Jerome Ferretti's brick sculpture of a cat bursts out of the ground -- the head resembles a kiln.
- Pine St., Detroit, MI
- At the north end of the pedestrian overpass that crosses over I-75 at Cochrane St. Take I-75 exits 49 or 49A to 12th St., turn north, drive one block. Turn right onto Pine St. and drive two blocks. The Kitty will be on the right.
Monumental Kitty: Thanks to artist Jerome Ferretti, the North Corktown neighborhood of Detroit is now home to a dome-headed cat sculpture that rises up out of the ground beneath a pedestrian overpass that spans highway I-75. [11/17/2010] Complete Story...
Visitor Tips and News About Monumental Kitty
We visited the Monumental Kitty and were so happy that the graffiti artist hadn't gotten to it. For an almost deserted neighborhood, this was wonderful. If it had been in Los Angeles I'm afraid I couldn"t say the same. I loved the cat. The landscaping needed a little care but the lack of graffiti made it okay.[Jackie Solomon, 09/04/2011]