Each Park digs and delves into a different subject. The first issue, Copy Park, takes a close look at the concept of ‘copy’, covering a variety of areas ranging from surgery to recipes, including artificial intelligence and mimesis in nature. In this Park, Fabian Treiber paints plastic plants. Ana Méndez de Andes writes on forgery in China. Mariano Herrera & Malva G. Sawada portray children acting like adults. Andrea González & Íñigo de Barrón research on sport centers, silos and Paradores. Brother Art Gallery sells original art reproductions. Guus Kaandorp & Pedro G. Romero scout popular flamenco lyrics. Mónica Escudero & Rita Puig-Serra research on transgenerational cookery. Irkus draws a comic about artificial intelligence and the uncanny valley. And Claret Serrahima shares his thoughts about his fake Hockney painting. Also, as a digital exercise for Copy Park, Amigo Total spam the website showing what influence pornography has on our sexual life.