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."

7 Times Burger King Wickedly Trolled McDonald’s, and How It’s Boosting Sales

Grilling the Golden Arches has become a marketing mainstay for BK. We look back at each recent campaign.

Here’s the Story Behind John Wick 3’s Stunning Movie Poster, One of the Best in Years

The artist shares his inspiration and process.

Dos Equis Turned ‘Total Eclipse of the Heart’ Into a Stirring Ballad About Bar Food

Droga5 aims to 'Keep Summer Interesante.'

KitchenAid Beautifully Matched This Mixer Billboard to the Shifting Color of Toronto’s CN Tower

Zulu Alpha Kilo highlights the beloved appliance's wide range.

How to Binge the Right Amazon Shows and Dominate Your Workplace, Per Droga5’s New Ads

Prime Streaming U.K.'s delightful campaign continues to show how good programs stay with you.

IHOP Traumatized the Internet With Its Mother’s Day Tweet of a Pancake-Filled Womb

An unnerving pivot from IHOP to IHOb to IHOB-GYN.

Porn Site xHamster Will Block MILF Clips on Mother’s Day So Users Put Their Own Moms First

A pop-up will say: 'Go call your mom, ok? MILFs can wait.'

Mastercard and McCann Found a Charming, Customizable Way to Unite the World’s Top Athletes

'The Red Ball' tells a story that can feature different stars in different regions.

Burger King Wants to Deliver Whoppers Right to Your Car During Nightmarish Traffic Jams

The 'Traffic Jam Whopper' concept from agency We Believers may expand to gridlocked cities worldwide .

Evil Marketing Genius Ryan Reynolds Leaked 100 Mesmerizing Minutes of Detective Pikachu

And it's the best thing to happen to pop culture since Rick Astley.