Take a Stroll with BGC’s Massive Murals

Art is everywhere if you know where to look. In BGC, your search shouldn’t last long at all.
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Bonifacio Global City (BGC) has been an icon of urban development in modern Manila. Aside from the good shopping finds and awesome restaurants, it has built an attractive personality with art staged on its corners and streets. Many have fallen in love with BGC’s charm, and not just because nearly everything you need is already in the neighborhood, but also because it’s a brand new city with walls dressed in colors and stories by the many local and foreign artists who chose to share a piece of themselves for everyone to see.

Pursuit of Passion takes a look at a few of the art sweet spots around BGC that would make you stop in your tracks or simply make you want to get a condo in one of its high-rise buildings.

Between The Lines
by Cyrcle


Found along 7th Avenue corner Federacion Drive, this gigantic mural by international mural artist Cyrcle lies perfectly perpendicular to BGC’s landscape. It has easily been the crowd’s favorite mural, as seen on Instagram. If you love it too, then you’re lucky. At 7th Avenue corner Lane T, take a few minutes to bask in the outstanding glory of this masterpiece every time you stroll by. Instant good vibes!

Calamansi and Sampaguita
by Francisco Diaz


In the middle of a modern landscape, this wall piece will remind you of your deep-rooted relationship with nature. Done by Francisco Diaz at BGC Corporate Center’s back wall along 32nd Street, its soft and pastel colors aim to calm you down as you go about your day.

Art Mural
by Faileart of Brooklyn


Although BGC has established itself as a community of corporations and modern living, Faile has somehow injected a taste of the street and real life on one of the walls at 5th Avenue corner 25th Street. It tells the story of a woman feeling at home and relaxed in her own turf. A few blocks near this mural is Avida Towers Turf BGC, a condo complex where you can build your own nest in a place you can truly call your own.

The Heart of God’s Country
by Andrew Schoultz


This insanely detailed piece at W 5th Building, 5th Avenue will surely capture your attention and make you think. Artist Andrew Schoultz is a sought-after muralist from San Francisco, California, and is known for creating masterpieces that are relevant to the socio-cultural, political, and religious themes of the places where he paints. His mural in BGC speaks a universal theme of “nature and regeneration.”

There are a lot of perks that come with living in a highly urbanized community like BGC. But you can’t take the little things, like art and comfort, out of the equation.

Visit artbgc.com if you want to check out all the murals around BGC and find out where you can find them. You can also follow them on Instagram at @artbgc.