Joseph Anthony Aiena (December 222, 1877 - September 25, 1951) was an American illustrator and artist active in New Orleans, Louisiana in the first half of the 20th century. Aiena was born in New Orleans and spent most of his life in that city. Until 1920 he worked from the New Orleans Engraving and Electrotype Company. Afterwards he was an independent commercial illustrator. In cartographic circles, he is best known for retooling the famous Marie Adrien Persac (1823 - 1873) / Benjamin Moore Norman (1809 - 1860) map illustrating plantations along the Mississippi River. He also designed the label for Jax Brewery and was a successful landscape painter. Aiena registered for the draft in both World War I and World War II. During the WWI, he was dismissed because of an 'eye twitch', and during WWII, because he was too old (65).