Ina Jardiolin (b. 1989) is a multidisciplinary artist whose recent work uses surreal imagery as a response to the public’s apathy regarding the “no longer hypothetical” environmental crisis. Being an artist diagnosed with ADHD in an ever-changing world, Ina’s practice often involves spending a vast amount of time and energy bouncing around, experimenting with different palettes, visuals, narratives, and materials. This experimentation brought about a collection of eco-friendly pieces with a prevailing whimsy and tongue-in-cheek humor used to lighten the otherwise serious mood. She took up Fine Arts at the University of the Philippines and has since shown her art in Bacolod, Manila, and San Francisco.