David Gianatasio

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.

Pom Wonderful Looks at How Being Impaled by a Dolphin Can Help You Embrace Healthy Living

The juice brand satirizes pharma ads and inspirational stories in its tale of a near-death experience.

What to Get for the Mom Who Wants ‘Nothing’ on Mother’s Day? This Touching Ad Has an Idea

SickKids Foundation urges donations for families whose children are fighting for their lives.

Skee-Lo’s ‘I Wish’ Is Reborn as an Ode to Smaller Ballers in ESPN’s First Work From Droga5

The video, an homage to a 1995 classic, claims Steph Curry and 6-footers have changed the game.

Think You Know Colombia, Patrón? This Amazing Campaign Ambushes You With Facts

A new kind of cartel, made up of businesses and government, is 'fighting the stereotype with the stereotype.'

These Playful Print Ads Illustrate Why It’s Worth Traveling in the Middle of the Week

BBDO Bangkok brings back its 'Weekdays' campaign for AirAsia.

Justin Timberlake Is Back for Bai, and He’s Weirdly Obsessed With the Fruit He ‘Invented’

His 'braspberries' ollows up his 2017 Super Bowl ad with Christopher Walken.

Unhappy With the World Today? This Ad Has a Silver Lining: Bad Times Make Great Art

Brooklyn Film Festival and TBWA/Chiat/Day revisit the swingin' days of the...Great Depression.

These Lovely Ads Go Beyond Cliche and Show the Breadth of What It Means to Be a Mother

For Mother's Day, Teleflora highlights how 'no mom is typical.'

With Touching Details, Whirlpool Celebrates the 18 Years of Parenting Behind Each Graduate

Digitas continues the brand's award-winning campaign with a collection of relatable family moments.

Discover the Proud, Pagan, Lovably Bizarre Traditions of the Black Forest Gummy Harvest

Joan Creative gets surreal and suggestive with its first work on the brand.