One of the great joys of being in Princeton's class of 1984 is having master cartoonist (and libertarian, though I don't know what he would call himself) Henry Payne in our class. For the last 30 years, Henry has made a custom birthday card for the class, which are mailed to each of us on the appropriate day. This is mine from 2014
I started saving these a while back but I wish I had saved all 30. I also have a caricature of me drawn in college by Henry, but it does not get a prized place on our wall at home because it includes my college girlfriend as well, which substantially reduces its value as perceived by my wife. (In speaker-building there is a common term of art called "wife acceptance factor" or WAF. Pictures of ex-girlfriends have low WAF).
Here is an example of some of Henry's great political work: