Kristina Monllos

Kristina Monllos

Kristina Monllos is a staff writer for Adweek, where she specializes in covering brands, marketing innovation, consumer trends and pop culture. She produces the podcast "Yeah, That's Probably an Ad."

Darren Aronofsky Captures the Struggle and Danger of Reporting in Stunning Ads for The New York Times

Droga5 spotlights photojournalists' search for the truth.

This Polyglot Makes Brand Messages Work In Every Language

The Social Element's languages director Richard Simcott helps marketers connect with consumers around the globe.

In the Age of ‘Fake News,’ Media Brands Are Turning to Advertising to Promote the Importance of Journalism

The proliferation of “fake news” has brought about a wave of advertising from print media organizations looking to underscore the value of responsible journalism.

Pepsi Pulls Its Much-Hated Kendall Jenner Ad, Saying It ‘Missed the Mark’

The brand apologized to viewers and to its endorser, Kendall Jenner, a day after releasing the two-and-a-half minute spot.

How Pepsi Got It So Wrong: Unpacking One of the Most Reviled Ads in Recent Memory

Experts weigh in on the soda-maker's tone-deaf debacle starring Kendall Jenner.

Pepsi’s Tone-Deaf Kendall Jenner Ad Co-opting the Resistance Is Getting Clobbered in Social

Backlash to the spot has been swift.

This Creative Agency Is Trying to Brand the Anti-Trump Movement

Circus Maximus is a ringmaster of resistance, using its branding efforts to showcase how it can implement new ideas.

How Wendy’s Cooked Up Its Killer Frozen Beef Tweet to McDonald’s

It may end up being the brand's most popular tweet.

Burger King Just Made Toothpaste That Tastes Like a Whopper

Do you want a fast-food chain dabbling in oral hygiene?

Mother London Put a Giant Boob on Top of a Building to Make a Statement About Breastfeeding

#FreeTheFeed promotes a non-judgmental approach to feeding.