In this last collection, Pardo Hats again questions individuals as a hedonistic subjects, that is, subjects guided by the search for themselves and their immediate satisfaction. It seems that it is in this pretension that the individual distances himself so much from the other that, therefore, he separates himself from himself and antagonizes his own desire. It alienates them. They become a one more, a no name. This collection makes this manifest a collective anguish and tries to push us to think about ourselves without a name, without time, without place, to make us equal and reunite us. It is from this angle that Pardo Hats considers hats as carrying objects that unify mind and matter, as hedonistic objects, capable of giving substance to the question as eternal engine of evolution.