A McLaren for a painting? Hot Pinoy artist willing to swap to add more pieces in supercar collection

One of the country’s bankable artists is building a collection of “masterpieces” in his garage.

A Babbler said this young maestro (YM) has assembled an impressive fleet of supercars in his airconditioned garage which includes McLarens, Porsches and Lamborghinis (no classic cars here).

The Babbler estimated that YM’s exotic car haul could easily fetch P150 million which is peanuts for the artist whose works of art routinely go for six to seven digits each.

Although supercars are built to be driven, and fast, the YM prefers to keep his collectibles inside the garage.

YM reportedly does not pay cash for his stash of exotic cars as he prefers to use his paintings as currency – one McLaren for one painting or two artworks for an Aventador.

Are supercars better investments than modern contemporary art? YM apparently thinks so.

If you can virtually print money with just your name on the canvass, you can have anything your heart desires.

HSAC Techs Up with UnionBank’s UPAY for digital settlement of fees

The Human Settlements Adjudication Commission (HSAC) has signed a memorandum of agreement with Union Bank of the Philippines (UnionBank) for a partnership that will allow HSAC to digitize the payment of fees for its services. The signing ceremony took place last November 23 at the HSAC Office in Quezon City.