1. Designer Rafael Morante (73) with his movie poster Parallel Lives; ICAIC, client. 2, 3, 4, 5. Havana’s streets and façades offer visual delights—canon repurposed as automotive barricades (for pedestrian areas), stylish signs and architecture from many eras. 6. Cuba’s stamps express the country’s values: protesting the U.S. genocide in Vietnam (1966), honoring Comandante Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara’s heroic death (1968). 7. Centro Comercial La Puntilla (shopping center, 2001), Osmany Torres, designer. 8. A digital illustration from the 1999 series “Las mil caras de Eva” (1000 faces of Eve) by José Fresquet “Frémez” 9. An eastward view of Havana’s famous Hotel Nacional and shoreline Malecón. 10. Hotel Riviera, practically unchanged since its pre-Revolution ownership by mafia boss Meyer Lansky. 11, 13, 14. Habana Vieja’s streets and squares offer a surprising mix of Baroque buildings, 1950s American cars and friendly Habaneros. 12. Designer Pepe Menéndez with an unfinished painting of his great-uncle’s–Enrique García Cabrera, a famous pre-Revolution illustrator. 15, 18. Designer José Papiol Torrent with billboard layouts (spanning several decades) produced by Editora Politica, the Communist Party’s official propaganda department. These roadside billboards appear across Cuba, commemorating the Revolution and extolling its virtues, protesting U.S. interference, and calling Cubans to greater productivity. 16. Illustrator Ernesto Elizarán at his home/studio with a premium rum package he designed for Havana Club. 17. Illustration (detail) of rebel leaders Fidel Castro, ‘Che’, and Camilo Cienfuegos, René Mederos (1933-1996), illustrator; Ediciones Verde Olivo, publisher. 19. Designer Sahily Tabares with an award citation from Salón Nacional de la Gráfica.