Gabriel Beltrone

Adweek contributor
Gabriel Beltrone is a frequent contributor to Adweek.

Nissan’s Stupidly Satisfying Self-Parking Office Chairs Just Won a Much-Deserved Award

Revisiting an instant classic.

Apple Gets Delightfully Utilitarian With Colorful Split-Screen Set Pieces for the iPhone

Making the case for an easy switch.

WestJet Got Vegas-Bound Passengers to Play the Biggest Game of All Even Before They Landed

A giant light show prize wheel visible from 12,000 feet up.

Toyota’s Cars Are So Safe Today, Its Crash Test Dummies Are Looking for Other Work

Meet Stan, mired in an existential crisis.

Gap Found Real People, Not Models, for Its Summer Ads Celebrating American Diversity

Myriad individuals sport retailer's clothes in push for inclusion.

This Bulletproof College Apparel Will Be Useful in States That Let Students Carry Guns

FCB's gag campaign tackles a deadly serious topic.

HGTV’s Property Brothers Auto-Tune Your DIY Tips in Cringey Dance Ads for Esurance

Is there anything Drew and Jonathan can't do?

Jack White Wrote a Song for His Baseball Bat Company That’s Also Walkup Music for MLB’s Ian Kinsler

Instrumental 'Battle Cry' is his first new track since 2014.

After Disowning Its Sexist Past, Carl’s Jr. Literally Blew It Up This Weekend

See the explosive stunt with The Slow Mo Guys.

JWT Helps Venezuelans Safely Barter Goods as the Nation’s Economy Craters

A look at the #SocialMarket campaign.