Well, I’m not sure why it didn’t occur to me to post this when it was current, but a product I designed was published in the March 23, 2011 edition of the Washington Post Magazine.
I work for a kite company (well kites are the primary item we make, yard decor such as garden flags and spinners are also a big part of what we design). Every year there is a kite festival in Washington DC usually corresponding with the cherry blossom festival. In years past the festival was sponsored by the Smithsonian, so it was called the Smithsonian Kite Festival. This year they did not sponsor it, but it was held anyway and renamed the Blossom Kite Festival. In anticipation of the festival (which was early April) the Washington Post Magazine ran a page featuring kites. Two of the kites they picked were from my company, and one has my artwork on it.
I designed the diamond kite with the yellow Asian dragon on it, right in the center of the page. (My company also makes the checkerboard rainbow delta pictured next to it, although I didn’t design that one.)
I thought this was pretty neat. :D