2017 WINTER DESIGN CONTEST 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.
GRAND PRIZE WINNER
"In Case of Emergency"
"Buckle ONE Up!"
"ONE with Everything"
"Queen of Hearts"
"ONE Crazy Good Time"
"If You’re Reading This…"
Elizabeth V. Levesque
Charlie B. Keyz
"Let’s Link Up"
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!
Robert Siegelman teaches at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University in Boston, and works with artists privately. He leads workshops and classes throughout New England. For many years co-directed Art In Amsterdam, a residency program for artists and art students. His work is in many important collections including the Boston Public Library, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), The Harvard University Art Museums, The DeCordova Museum, Lincoln MA, The Leslie + Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art in New York City, The Leather Archives and Museum in Chicago, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Siegelman’s work has been exhibited and published internationally. Notable exhibits include shows at the Leslie – Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, and “untitled male id” at the Angus-Hughes Gallery in London. In 2017 his drawing installation, “Do You Worry a Lot” was shown in a one person exhibit at the Winfisky Gallery at Salem State University, in Salem MA. He is included in the book “100 Boston Artists” by Chawky Frenn, and “Self Portraits by Others” organized by Hunter O’Hanian. Siegelman is represented by Gallery NAGA in Boston.
Matt Madden is a cartoonist who also has taught in art schools around the world. His best-known book is 99 Ways to Tell a Story: Exercises in Style (Penguin), a comics adaptation of Raymond Queneau's Exercises in Style which led to his initiation into Oubapo, The Workshop for Potential Comics, in 2005. In 2013 he was named Chevalier dans l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French Government. He also has done translations from the French and Spanish, including Aristophane's The Zabîme Sisters (First Second) and Edmond Baudoin’s Piero (New York Review Comics). He wrote two comics textbooks in collaboration with his wife, Jessica Abel, and the couple were series editors for The Best American Comics from Houghton-Mifflin Harcourt for six years. From 2012 to 2016, he and his family did a four-year residency in Angoulême, France, at La Maison des auteurs. They are currently living in Philadelphia where he is working on a new comic, The Reading Room, in between ferrying his kids to and from school. You'll find recent news at www.mattmadden.com.
Michele Alfano is the founder and creative director of Michele Alfano Design, a collaborative studio focused on the nexus of interior design and technology. The daughter of an inventor, she creates objects and spaces that are poetic and bold, and that are based on the belief that everyone deserves influential design to enhance the experience of daily living. She brings her approach — a “tailored emotional intelligence” — to life by beckoning spaces to challenge one to think, feel and want to touch. Trained as an a architect, she is recognized for her architectural eye and dedication to creating customized interiors and architectural details for each project. Her architectonic signature reveals a crisp, modern point of view fused with an imaginative use of color, form, pattern and texture, producing visually sleek, masculine sophistication. She is an allied member of the American Society of Interior Designers, and holds a master’s degree in architecture from the University at Buffalo and a bachelor’s degree in applied mathematics from Union College.