David Kiefaber

David Kiefaber is a frequent contributor to Adweek's creativity blog, AdFreak.

Domino’s Just Made Kilt Uniforms in Scotland Out of Its New Official Tartan

Is it an improvement on the old uniforms? Aye, laddy

Binge Watching Turns You Into the World’s Worst Person, and That’s a Good Thing, Says Fox

You've got to have priorities.

North Carolina Jeweler Apologizes for ‘Sometimes It’s OK to Throw Rocks at Girls’ Billboard

Spicer Greene says it meant to 'encourage the loving act of gift giving.'

Twin Peaks Fans Are Salivating Over Mysterious Pie Billboards That Suddenly Popped Up

Getting hungry for the Showtime revival?

Tituss Burgess and Sasquatch Hit the Sauna for R&B Duet in Latest From Jack Link’s Beef Jerky

Carmichael Lynch teams up with Funny or Die.

Will You #TrySomeStew? Chicago Man’s Friends Surprise Him With a Bus-Stop Personals Ad

'This shows they really care,' says Ryan Stew.

Mutual Rescue’s Heartbreaking New Film Explores the Bond Between a Dying Girl and Her Pet Kitten

Meet Kylie and Liza.

Chicano Batman Did a Pretty Excellent Version of ‘This Land Is Your Land’ for Johnnie Walker

L.A. soul band contributes to "Keep Walking America."

Love Conquers All in Interflora’s Lovely Period Piece Set in the ’20s

Risking it all for romance.

Ric Flair Is a Complete Lunatic as a Used-Car Salesman in Ads for US Auto Sales

Let's get one thing clear right off the bat. "Nature Boy" Ric Flair is a national treasure. He's also a human train wreck who lives on the knife-edge of self-parody, but even that is a gift. If Jay Gatsby had lived long enough to become your embarrassing uncle, he'd be Ric Flair.