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.
A Dark and Gripping PSA Shows How ‘Boys Will Be Boys’ Breeds Toxic Masculinity
White Ribbon's short film about the seeds of violence highlights Canada's Anti-Bullying Day.
ASMR Marketing Is Officially Dead After This Soothing 4-Minute Clip About Shaving Your Balls
Lynx gets up close and personal with three surprisingly entertaining 'shavetorials.'
Subaru Highlights the Joys, Anxieties and Lifelong Memories of Owning a Forester
Carmichael Lynch captures different stages of ownership in 3 vignettes.
Nothing Says Love More Than a ‘Beef Bucket’ KFC Cooked Up in France
Hoax causes Valentine's Day mayhem among chicken fans.
Need a Temporary Cat? These Odd U.K. Ads Encourage You to Lure Away Your Neighbor’s Pet
Adam&eveDDB stumbles into weird insight for Mars Petcare brand.
In Amusing New Ads, Deutsch Revives the Refreshing Sound of Buschhhhhhhhhhh
Two years later, the can still sends out a siren's call—to animals, the blindfolded, camo masters and more.
These Comical Cartoon Spots Cut Through the Clutter of Dull Energy Advertising
Anomaly’s debut for U.K. startup Bulb is quirky and fun.
A Nonprofit’s Powerful Video Tackles the Stigma Around Menstruation in Developing Countries
Care France and CLM BBDO show how period taboos can derail education.
Veggies Are Monsters You Must Eat to Defeat in This Fun Ad Urging Kids to Snack Healthy
British spot from adam&eveDDB shows a world in peril, plagued by produce.
Gamers Get Dropped Offline at the Worst Possible Moments in This Brutal Marketing Prank
Promoting a Danish app that detects Wi-Fi weak spots, the ad shows teens losing their minds over lag.