David Griner

David Griner

David Griner is creative and innovation editor for Adweek.
David Griner is Adweek's creative and innovation editor. He's been covering agencies, creativity, technology and marketing innovation for more than a decade and is host of Adweek's podcast, "Yeah, That's Probably an Ad."

George Clooney and Natalie Dormer Launch an Epic Quest to Find Some Nespresso

McCann continues the brand's charming relationship with A-list stars.

Tim Hortons Just Surprised Kenya’s Only Hockey Team With the Game of Their Lives

With no one to play against at home, they got the VIP treatment in Canada.

Through an Aging Father’s Memories, Energy BBDO Captures the Emotional Bonds of Home

Home Instead highlights touching details in 'The Third Stair.'

For International Day of the Girl, One Agency Created a Children’s Book Redefining ‘Pretty’

Integer Group hopes to spark conversations around girls being 'pretty powerful' and 'pretty daring.'

This Unforgettable Obituary Is a Soaring, Baffling, Heartbreaking Ode to a Life Well Lived

'No words could ever do him justice. But we did our best to come close.'

Brands Are Obsessed With Banksy’s Shredded Painting. Here’s How They’re Co-Opting It

A passionate critic of capitalism abruptly became a marketing muse.

Amazon’s Shows Make You a Bolder, Tougher, Sexier Person in First Campaign From Droga5

'Great shows stay with you,' say these enjoyable vignettes for Prime shows like Vikings and Jack Ryan.

Girls Demand an End to the ‘Dream Gap’ Limiting Their Careers in Barbie’s Stirring New Spot

They're issuing a call to 'moms, dads, brothers and bosses' to help young women see their potential.

McDonald’s Agencies Rush to Reference Banksy’s Shredded Painting With Fry Art

Austrian and Maltese creatives cooked up similar designs independently.

Ikea Subtly (and Then Not So Subtly) Invades These Luxury Commercials

McCann hides affordability in plain sight with these fun ads from Spain.