condomTO Wrapper Design Contest: Winning condom wrappers have arrived!

Toronto Public Health in partnership with The&Partnership, ONE® Condoms and Miami Ad School gave Toronto the chance to design condomTO's next wrapper.

From 400+ design submissions, the city voted to select four winning designs. Check out the top designs for each category below, and collect the four winning designs for free at participating locations.  

  Grand Prize Winner

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Designer: Andrea Por

School: Humber College

Bio: After graduating with a degree in Fine Arts from Queens University, I spent a couple of years traveling through Europe and deliberating my career path. I started to gravitate towards graphic arts and began the Advertising & Graphic design diploma program at Humber College in 2015. I look forward to graduating this year, and to the opportunities that may arise after graduation. I am also so excited to see my design on the condom wrapper!


Runner Up

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Designer:  Janine Thomas

School: York/Sheridan 

Bio:  I am a fourth year student in the York/Sheridan Bachelor of Design program. I love what I do, especially web, print, branding, and motion graphics. Experimental typography is my jam. I also love dogs. And designing condoms. But not dog condoms. That’s weird.




    By: Runda Dong           By: Ksenia Karaoulchtchikova       By: Kyung Hyun Kim

Grand Prize Winner

Designer: Diane Adams

Bio: Diane Adams has always had an immense passion for creativity and design. A graduate from Seneca College’s graphic design program, Diane has over 15 years experience in graphic design and art direction working with some of Canada’s biggest brands, including Rogers Communications, Kia Motors and Toronto Blue Jays. She lives in Toronto with her 3 young sons.



Runner Up 

Designer: Serge Leshchuk

Bio: Social Media Strategist by day but a content creator 24/7. Self-taught in design, video production and an avid writer, I always try to look for unique opportunities to tell stories. I believe you can learn anything you want as long as you are passionate about it.






     By: Ngoc Nguyen                   By: Laura McInnis                    By: Jess Gillis

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