Tim Nudd

Tim Nudd

Adweek creative editor
Tim Nudd is creative editor of Adweek and editor of AdFreak, its daily blog. He oversees all of Adweek's coverage of creativity and is co-host of its weekly podcast, "Yeah, That's Probably an Ad."

Perrier Just Remade Its Most Famous Ad, ‘Lion,’ 3 Decades Later

The new version of the Cannes Grand Prix winner has littler stars.

How French Directors Megaforce Captured the Spirit of London in Nike’s Wild New Ad

Executing W+K London's frenetic vision.

Snickers Opened a Valentine’s Day Restaurant, Oubli√©, for Couples Who Forgot to Make Reservations

Featuring a three-course meal from one of London's top chefs.

Godiva Causes a Stir in Japan by Urging Women to Stop Buying Chocolates for Male Coworkers

Chocolatier calls out Valentine's Day custom.

PlayStation Turned the Golden State Warriors Court Into a Huge God of War Ad on Saturday

BBH explains the projection mapping project.

Old Spice Keeps Up the Fragrance Ad Parodies With Two Spots for Valentine’s Day

'Marco Love-O' and 'Mask' follow the earlier 'Red Sweater.'

This Blatant Knockoff Diesel Store on Canal Street Is a Real Diesel Store in Disguise

Sneaky storefront embodies brand's new focus on 'flaws.'

Apple’s Sad, Sweet Short Film About a Mother’s Love Goes Viral in China

Acclaimed Chinese filmmaker Peter Chan directs '3 Minutes.'

Toyota’s ‘Good Odds’ Is Called the Most Effective Super Bowl Ad on Key Brand Metrics

Unruly looks at likely emotional, social and business impact.

Geico Ads Interrupt Other Geico Ads in the Brand’s Latest Fun Preroll Gag

Leaning in to the annoyance of the medium.