We are Francisco and Xavier, two guys from Barcelona who love decoration, design, art and animals. By accidently stumbled upon some neglected folders in an Antique shop containing classified, old documents from a science project dating back to 1916. The papers contained information about a collective of international scientists who developed a project labelled “Ornamante”. It focused on the study of how to merge human and animal DNA to create humanized, highly evolved creatures which would integrate human traits and features. The aim was both to avoid the extinction of endangered species and, simultaneously, to provide help for patients suffering from what at the time were incurable diseases. The project achieved a high point of development, but it seems as if they didn’t get to physically create the creatures they had devised. Eventually, the project was cancelled and fell into oblivion. When we examined the documents, we were fascinated and filled with a mix of awe, curiosity and fear. We couldn’t stop but thinking what would have those species looked like had the Ornamante project been carried out to the end. How would they unfold? Would they be able to adapt to our environment? So many doubts arose!