Design Contest 1 Winners

For over a decade, the ONE Design Contest has given artists and advocates a platform to express their views on sexual health. Winning designs are featured on ONE’s signature, round condom wrappers. ONE will also donate a total of 50,000 condoms to the artists’ health organizations of choice.

A combination of voting by ONE staff and a panel of guest judges determines the Top 50 Finalist designs, which are then voted on by the public. Public Voting helps determine the Grand Prize Winner, Runner-Up Winner and 8 Honorable Mentions. ONE staff also selects extra Favorites called Staff Picks. Think you got what it takes to design ONE?Submit your art.


John Rees
"This ONE Time"
New Mexico, USA


Pasquale Videtta
"Start in ONE"
United Kingdom


Debbie Christoforatos
Puerto Rico, USA
Laura Makaltses
"Horny ONE"
Gianluca Mega
"Protect ONE"
Stéph Ochrey
"ONE Innuendo"
Kira Chao
"Juicy ONE"
Bethany Barton
"ONE Hit Wonder"
Indiana, USA
Kyriakos Polyzogopoulos
"ONE Stranger"
Sarah Lawrence
"Cover Your Stinger"
Wisconsin, USA


Stéph Ochrey
"Plug ONE In"
Kira Chao
"Sweet Food Porn"
Ruche Sylvester
"Casual ONE"
South Africa
Laura Makaltses
"Abduct ONE"
Laura Makaltses
"ONE True Love"
LaShanta Knowles
"When Two Become ONE"
Ohio, USA
Lorance Huang
Wisconsin, USA
Alexis Davidson
"Wild ONE"
Illinois, USA
Giorgia Lombardo
"ONE at a Time"
Axel Ascuy
"ONE Joky"
Texas, USA


A huge THANK YOU to our three guest judges who used their keen eyes and spectacular senses of style to help us select the winners for Contest 1 of our ongoing ONE® Design Contest!

Kevin Cimo
Kevin Cimo
Kevin is creative director and co-founder of Boston-based creative shop Fair Folk. Beyond honing his skills writing in the third person, Kevin spent the last 18 years working his way up from junior designer at a small, five-person creative shop to creative director at one of the largest ad agencies in the country. Missing being the small company with the underdog attitude, Kevin and business partner Jon Casey set out to take their career-long learnings and see what kind of difference they could make by starting a company of their own. Today Fair Folk is two years old and five people, and their client roster consists of brands large and small/new and old: Trillium Brewing Company, Warrior, New Balance, Crane & Lion, Mahi Gold and Hub Week.
Mags Harries
Mags Harries
Known for site-specific artwork ranging from permanent public projects to temporary events, Mags Harries uses surprise and sometimes humor to energize places, communities and objects. Born in Wales and based in Cambridge, MA, she has exhibited nationally and internationally, including at the Institute of Contemporary Art (Boston, MA), the Museum of Fine Arts (Boston, MA), and the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, (Lincoln, MA). She has received residencies from the Civitella Ranieri Foundation (Umbria, Italy) and The Bogliasco Foundation (Genoa, Italy), and has attended residencies at the Baer Art Center (Hofsos, Iceland), the Pilchuck Glass School (Seattle, WA), and the American Academy (Rome, Italy).
Awards include the AICA Award, a Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship in Sculpture/Installation, Massachusetts Governor's Design Awards, a Design Excellence Award for Public Art in Transportation, a Grand Bostonian and a Bunting Institute Fellowship at Radcliffe College, Harvard University. She also was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts by Regis College. She teaches at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Erin Becker
Anja Marais
Anja Marais is a South African-born multidisciplinary visual artist. After earning a BFA with honors from the University of South Africa, she immigrated to the United States and now lives and works in Miami, FL. Her art has been included in solo and group exhibitions internationally, and is in numerous private and museum collections such as the Museum of Contemporary Art (Miami), the Museum of History of Kronstadt (St. Petersburg, Russia) and the Akari Museum (Mino, Japan).
She was selected for international residencies in Japan, South Korea, Russia and Finland, and domestically in Arizona and Vermont.
She also has participated in various, esteemed programs such as the Enrique Martinez Celaya Summer Workshop (Snowmass Village, CO), and is the recipient of the South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship (2014), the Anne McKee Artists Fund Grant (2013, 2011), the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs Individual Artist Fellowship (2010), and the People’s Choice Award from Sculpture Key West (2009). In addition, she participated in collaborations that were awarded the MOCA Miami Optic Nerve 2012’s best short and selected films for the Short Corner Film Festival in Cannes, France.