The work seeks to bring out the local identity through the possibility of the residents’ perception of a different perspective from the one they are used to – the pedestrian view. Thus, with art and cartography, residents can feed themselves with a sense of belonging and spatial location. The Mapa-Muro is made in a joint effort with architecture students, partners, and residents of the region. Subsequently, an affective memory workshop is held with the children assisted by the project/NGO/institution, culminating in the production of paintings made by them next to the map, illustrating the place where they live/things they love. Thus, in addition to them externalizing their perceptions through art, the action brings playful moments with the map, feeding each one’s sense of location and expanding their understanding of the region in which they live. Its pilot version was carried out in Rio das Pedras, Rio de Janeiro, in 2018, on the facade of the Social Project Semeando Amor headquarters, which received in 2020 the Local Actions award, from the Municipal Secretary of Culture of Rio de Janeiro. As a result of the award, a book/manual was created with the intension to help bring the “Mapa-Muro” initiative to other favelas.