Local mosaics were created within the framework of cultural planning in two neighbourhoods involved in the programme: Nowy Port (Gdańsk) and Sarkandaugava (Riga). This method combines the mapping of a neighbourhood’s local DNA with a lasting change in the neighbourhood’s space. Residents taking part in the process of creating the mosaic are free to choose the motifs that are typical of the neighbourhood, specific places and elements that should make up the artwork. In Gdańsk, the mosaic was created using clay, in which patterns taken from the urban space were imprinted. Burnt clay tiles form the Dzień dobry! (Good morning!) sign that welcomes residents. In Riga, the mosaic was created using tiles collected by the organisers and residents – together they formed a picture of the district's characteristic buildings.