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Topic: Denver Water

Denver Water's Outdoor Campaign Gets Even Cooler With These Incredible Handmade Ads

'You can't make this stuff'

The well of inspiration apparently never runs dry for Denver Water's long-running "Use Only What You Need" campaign. And while Sukle Advertising's lauded conservation initiative often features eye-catching public installations,…

Denver Water Finds Clever New Ways to Make You Feel Wasteful

Damn you, Sukle Advertising & Design! Once again, the agency is out to dry up all the summer fun with the latest installment of its "Use only what you need"…

Denver Water pastes ads over old billboards

Sukle Advertising & Design is back with some more billboards in its long-running, much-lauded Denver Water campaign. The old ones were pretty eye-catching, with only small sections of the…

Cut back on watering the really stupid grass

Sukle Advertising + Design has a new conservation campaign for hometown client Denver Water that asks people to curtail their lawn watering by two minutes a day. You'll get away…

Denver Water Puts Its Message Up in Lights

Here's yet another execution in Sukle Advertising & Design's campaign for Denver Water, which we've written about here and there. This boardless billboard, a variation on this old board, doesn't…

Sukle goes with the flow for Denver Water

Nice grocery conveyor-belt ads here from Sukle Advertising & Design for Denver Water, part of the ongoing “Use only what you need” campaign—a long-running effort that has already featured drunk…

Denver Water’s running toilet gets tackled

It can’t do wonders for one’s dignity to dress up as a toilet and get pummeled by security, but at least it was for a good cause. Denver Water…

It’s a Denver Water employee. Don’t panic.

You may remember Sukle Advertising & Design’s clever conservation ads for Denver Water. Now, the agency is back with a new campaign that focuses on Denver Water’s employees, who…

Less is more in Sukle's Denver Water ads

Clever billboard here urging water conservation in Denver, from Sukle Advertising & Design. The Denver Post has some more info on the campaign. Via Andy Bosselman. —Posted by Tim…

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