Vinicius de Moraes was a poet surrounded by friends. Friendship has been the subject of many of his poems, chronicles and songs. He was a poet who got famous for both to create his work from the affections of his women, and as much as the love for his friends. There were decades of constant changes between his peers of literature and music, building affective alliances and life histories. With his cultural and social versatility, since his youth Vinicius was surrounded by people of the most different classes and origins. They were anonymous and famous who contributed in some way to his life and work. We can mention, among many of them, names like Otavio de Faria, Mário de Andrade, Oswald de Andrade, Antonio Maria, Pablo Neruda, Oscar Niemeyer, Di Cavalcanti and Portinari. Here are just some of the greatest friends of this journey.