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.

Cow Jokes Fall Udderly Flat in ‘Serious Meat’ Campaign for New Zealand Jerky

Tim Batt lays it on thick.

Droga5 Takes a Long, Strange Trip Through These Twisted Comic Ads for Luxury Vacations

'I shouldn't even be here...'

‘25 Annoying Things About Being Pregnant’ Is Lighthearted and Funny, Until It’s Not

Amnesty International's new film for Ireland.

KitchenAid Celebrates the Passion of the Everyday Cook in Lurpak-Like Ads

DigitasLBi shines a little light on the kitchen, and beyond.

BBH Interns Staged an Adorable Facebook Live Event to Help Save Puppies

Building buzz on a budget.

This New Mattress Can Easily Handle the Crazy, Kooky Lives of Millennials

PMH introduces Sleep Number's "It" bed.

This Ritzy Hotel’s Website Is Hiding Very Dark Secrets in Plain Sight

Tribal Worldwide designed the Hotel De Jeunesse.

Budweiser Looks for America in the Pacific Northwest in This Character-Driven Documentary

Road trippin' with PB& and director Tony Fulgham.

It’s Not Always Great to Have Wizards in the Family, as CP+B Shows for Fruit of the Loom

Imagination is a powerful, occasionally destructive force in the underwear brand's back-to-school campaign.

Kids on Bikes Outride ADHD in This Cinematic, High-Energy Ad From Goodby Silverstein

Directed by Johnny Green, the spot breaks during Tour de France.