Celebrate Canada: Design a condom wrapper and win

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In July 2020, ONE® Condoms announced the comeback of the ONE® Canada Design Contest, design a condom wrapper and win. ONE® is inviting all Canadians to join in designing and voting for condom wrappers that celebrate what it means to live and love in Canada. Winners receive a cash prize, a year’s supply of condoms with their art and name, and a donation of up to 10,000 condoms to their favourite health organization.

Contest to donate over 100,000 condoms for health organizations across Canada

In ONE®â€™s last contest in 2017 celebrating Canada’s 150th anniversary, people submitted hundreds of extraordinary designs. Milla Impola, Director of Marketing at ONE®, says, We’re inspiring condom conversations, one cheeky wrapper at a time. We were blown away by the previous design contest submissions, including ‘The Great ONE’ hockey themes, a condom igloo, horny moose, and beautiful indigenous art. We can’t wait to see what the 2020 contest has in store!

Design a condom wrapper and win

Emma Scott, graphic designer and 2017 Grand Prize Winner with her I’d Tap That maple leaf design, says, I never thought I would be so excited to see my art being ripped up and thrown away, but it was a thrill to see my art on ONE® Condom wrappers for all consenting adults across Canada. This contest was the perfect way for me to sprinkle my sense of humour into my design work, and I’m so glad Canada loved them! ONE® also worked with Emma on the creative for the 2020 contest.  

This year, there will be 10 winners in total including Grand Prize, 5 Runners-up, and 5 Regional winners. Winners receive a cash prize, a year’s supply (365) of condoms featuring their name and design, an artist profile at onecondoms.ca, and a donation of up to 10,000 condoms to a Canadian health organization of their choice. A combination of voting by a panel of guest judges and the public will help determine the winners. For more contest information, visit onecondoms.ca/contest.

The ONE® Canada Design Contest starts on July 22nd and submissions end on September 30th, 2020 (midnight EST). Public voting will happen November through December, 2020. Winners will be announced in January 2021. The collection will be available through select retailers, public health clinics, and health organizations across Canada in 2021.

About ONE®

Launched in 2004, ONE® is a socially responsible business committed to raising sexual health awareness. ONE works with artists, health activists, and customers to make a difference in their community. As a leader in premium-branded condoms and lubricants, ONE® brings a fresh perspective to sexual health through a fusion of advanced product design, manufacturing technology and customer participation. ONE® Condoms are available for purchase at onecondoms.ca and select retailers in Canada including Shoppers Drug Mart.

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