Sure Luis Posada Carriles has been called the "bin Laden of the hemisphere" by the Cuban government but his giclée prints selling at Cuba Collectibles.com are not half bad. (Sorry, looks like Viejito is sold out but Tumbadoras, a pair of smiling drummers and the top-seller, is still in stock.)
At $95, they may be a tad pricey for the restrained budget but if you spent just five bucks more, until Saturday at noon, you get free shipping and the company will throw in a Cuban flag lapel pin. Otherwise, an IOU will have to do until mom's Posada print arrives. -- Janine Zeitlin
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