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.

Havas Uses Bad Haircuts and a Sloth to Introduce Bed-in-a-Box Brand Tulo

'One is not a choice.'

Volkswagen Takes a Trip Back to the 1960s in Nostalgic Ad Saluting Its Free-Spirited Owners

When its buses and Beetles became cultural icons.

Tile’s First Major Ad Campaign Tells the Epic Story of a Beloved Lost Panda

Deutsch and Mark Molloy craft a sad, sweet saga.

Pedigree Uses Facebook Masks to Put a Fresh, Furry Face on Dog Adoption

Functional fun from BBDO.

This Guy Is Living at Helsinki Airport for 30 Days for TBWA’s #LifeInHEL Campaign

Reality TV meets game shows meets social media.

How SeaWorld, of All Brands, Made the Most-Liked Ad of the Third Quarter

Push Digital brings tarnished marine park up from the depths.

Havas Chicago Put a Boxing Ring in Its Lobby for ‘Breast Cancer Fight Club’

Getting physical for a good cause.

New York Knicks Take a Beating in Ad Campaign Before Season Even Starts

FS1 pulls provocative subway ads in NYC.

Chili’s Brings Back Its ‘Baby Back’ Jingle, but the Lyrics Are Funkier Now

Rib ticklers for a slimmed-down menu.

Cup Noodles Unleashes a Torrent of Goofy Ads That Are as Snackable as the Product

Hijinks from High Wide & Handsome.