Art in the City: Street Murals at BGC

Taking a break from my thesis, other academic requirements and organization works (oh who am I kidding, this isn’t really a break since this happened before we actually go to an org-related event he he), G and I decided to take a walk and admire the various street arts around BGC since both of us are really fond of arts.

Street arts and murals have been a huge part of the urban culture. These are unsanctioned artworks executed outside usual art venues such as museums, and art galleries. In the Philippines, one of the most famous street murals are that of the Bonifacio Global City.

Here’s a list of some of the murals we’ve seen and managed to take photos of!

  1. Pilandok (Philippine Mouse-Deer)
    Artist: Egg Fiasco
    Location: Bonifacio High Street, Lane P11884962163811.5a86f2985222a
  2. Pangako
    Artist: Anjo Bolarda
    Location: Bonifacio High Street, Lane P_MG_10256ba9be62163811.5a86f29854f98
  3. May You Find Comfort Here
    Artist: KFK
    Location: Bonifacio High Street, B17db4c662163811.5a86f29852f9e
  4. Between The Lines
    Artist: Cyrcle
    Location: Icon Plaza Building10f0c562163811.5a86f298533e8
  5. Kids With Spray Paint
    Artist: Nate Frizell
    Location: Fully Booked_MG_1005Screen Shot 2018-02-27 at 4.59.18 PM
  6. Monster Magic
    Artist: Bunnie Reiss
    Location: Fully Booked11364762163811.5a86f29853907
  7. Wallflowers
    Artist: Trip63
    Location: B2 Buildinge54f4c62163811.5a86f2985419e

I seriously had a lot of fun and I swear, if I had the luxury of time, I would love to do more photowalks or visit more art places and museums in the future. Such a nice form of relaxation.

TRAVEL TIP: I learned about this few days after this photowalk but if you wish to have a guided tour, you may opt to go to the Alveo Showroom, since they offer walking tours which depart daily 5:30 PM.

Photo credits to Guiller. Check out his behance for more.

‘Til next time,


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Catherine is a 20-something BS Nutrition student of the University of the Philippines, but her heart screams for the art. She is a freelance creative and model, an artist and a writer, and an advocate of human rights and the environment.

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