David Gianatasio

David Gianatasio is a longtime contributor to Adweek, where he has been a writer and editor for two decades. Previously serving as Adweek's New England bureau chief and web editor, he remains based in Boston.

New Belgium’s Belgian White Isn’t Brewed in Belgium, So They Hired an ‘Actual Belgian’

Karel Deruwe brings dry humor with a twist to the new campaign, the brand's first from Erich and Kallman.

These Concrete Dog Statues Drew Attention for a Tragic Pattern Many Were Overlooking

Ogilvy Barcelona found a striking way to highlight its city's 1,400 abandoned pets.

Boring Weekdays, Annoyed With Their Newfound Popularity, Come to Life in These Resort Ads

McCann looks to boost MGM National Harbor midweek attendance with these enjoyable personifications.

Kevin Garnett Finally Gets a Break From Retirement, Thanks to NBA 2k18

To the sound of a children's choir and Michael Rapaport, KG is back in agency BSSP's first shot for the game franchise.

Immerse Yourself in These Gorgeous Branded Films About Cuba, Through the Eyes of Locals

Royal Caribbean and MullenLowe get to the heart of the island nation in these lovely short films.

John Cena, Self-Described ‘Car Guy,’ Brings His Charming Silliness to Armor All

Given his love of cars and approachable attitude, agency Merkley says the iconic celeb is the perfect pitchman.

How Headspace Struck Content Gold With Soothing Animations, Voiced by Its Co-Founder

The clips, narrated by former Buddhist monk Andy Puddicombe, have been viewed more than 85 million times on YouTube.

The Intros to Friends, Fresh Prince and More Are Reborn as 8-Bit Animations for Ready Player One

Warner Bros. takes a quirky, retro route to promoting the film with these reimaginings of popular show themes.

WeTransfer Explores Björk and Jesse Kanda’s Work in Debut of New Creative Video Series

Charting the power and passion of collaboration.

Kris Bryant Crashes a Fantasy Draft as a Pizza Delivery Guy in Latest Prank for Red Bull

The Cubs star comes through in the clutch again.