Design Contest 3 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.
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Chucha Marquez
"Grab ONE"
California, USA


L. Bowers
"One in a Million"
Ohio, USA


Bin Wang
"ONE to Remember"
M. Hurr
"Peachy ONE"
Maryland, USA
John Rees
"Please Take ONE"
California, USA
Felix D.
"Ride ONE"
California, USA
Kira Chao
Stéph Ochrey
"Shuck ONE"
Alexis Davidson
Illinois, USA
Erik Perez
"The Latin Lover"
Illinois, USA

"ONE Vintage Candy"
Texas, USA
"ONE Feisty Kitty"
"ONE Sexy Mustache"


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 3 of our ongoing ONE® Design Contest!

David Lee Black
David Lee Black
David Lee Black is an award-winning New England-based photographer. He is a storyteller on a never-ending pilgrimage to capture people, places and events in moments both simple and sublime. His work is simultaneously whimsical and serious, graceful and awkward, understated and conspicuously complex. He also applies his artistic skill and personal philosophy to his work in music, expressive arts therapy, educational workshops and visual artist performances.
Nicole Rodrigues
Nicole Rodrigues
Nicole Rodrigues began her theatrical career in 1992 in the Boston area as a costume stitcher and dresser, then moved along to designer and costume shop manager. Always up for assisting with wigs and makeup, she became known as the “dresser who was good with hair”, eventually leading her to a second career. She has worked with The Boston Ballet, The Huntington Theatre, Emerson College, The College Light Opera Company, The Summer Theatre at Mount Holyoke College, Merrimack Repertory Theatre, The Opera Theatre of St. Louis, The Geffen Playhouse, The Ahmanson Theatre, Opera Omaha, The Cleveland Opera Theatre, LA Opera, Cirque du Soliel and the tv show Zoom at WGBH Boston. Nicole is in her 13th year at LA Opera where she is currently a Senior Wig and Makeup Artist, wigging and painting some of the opera world’s biggest stars. She is also a freelance wig builder for various wig designers and has tied endless knots of hair for theatre, television, commercials and feature films. Nicole has a BA in English and Theatrical Design from Mount Holyoke College and now lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two sons.
Richard Cobb
Richard Cobb
Prior to opening Cobb Design Group., Richard spent 10 years working for the leading design and advertising firms in New England. Having gained experience working across disciplines with some of the world’s most respected brands, in 2006 he set out to establish his own boutique brand design studio. He started CGD with the intent of working closely with brands, individuals, institutions and initiatives to provide world-class creative work. He’s known best for being able to distill complex brand messages into simple, communicable ideas without being limited to a singular style. His work has been featured in several international art & design books and magazines, and has received numerous awards within the fields of advertising and design. He lives and works in Boston, MA. He was selected for international residencies in Japan, South Korea, Russia and Finland, and domestically in Arizona and Vermont. He 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.