The anonymous collective Paradisiartificiali is experimenting with new models for organizing the creative process. All activities for conceiving and developing projects are the outcome of teams that are always composed of different people, found mainly through the Internet, who are then asked to work together, promoting the principles of sharing and the exchange of knowledge. Each of Paradisiartificiali’s projects starts as a long-distance collaboration among people from different parts of the planet and operatively connected online, thanks to the use of instruments such as Skype and Teamviewer. We have established that the people involved in the work groups must be strictly anonymous. The widespread opinion today is that the potential offered by the digital revolution has made the idea of exclusive and identifiable authorship in creative processes obsolete. This is how the collective summarizes its vision: We have furnished our homes from an Ikea catalogue, we have replaced our twenty-volume encyclopaedia paid in instalments with Google and Wikipedia, we have video-called our mothers for free with Skype, and we have made friends and entered into relationships thanks to Facebook and social networks. All of this has shown us the importance of coming up with ideas that can help those who receive them more than those who produce them. Paradisiartificiali wants to resemble all this. We are a laboratory established through the efforts of a founder with a proboscis and a vivid imagination. From him, we have learned that the principle of sharing underlies every creative action. We overlook differences and strive for anonymity, because we think of each project as the space of resemblances and relationships; we want to voice interpretations and leave others the ability to imagine.