There’s always Cuba’s beloved “el Che”, Ernesto Che Guevara, seen almost everywhere you go in Cuba. The graffiti art scene in Havana is alive and well. Along the decrepit walls, on the side streets and on the main streets you can see the art of the street artists of Havana. Oh yeah, and make no mistake, these anonymous street artists make it overtly or subtly political. From the faces of the revolutionary heroes of Cuba to the criticism of the concept of the Santa Claus who never comes or the skeleton of death overlooking the city, it’s passionate. It’s critical. It’s vibrant, like the city: it’s alive.