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."

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.

This Outdoor Ad Only Makes Sense Because of Where It’s Placed

EasyJet reflects on Bordeaux in work from Buzzman.

Stars Revisit the Names Bullies Called Them in New Campaign From Monica Lewinsky and BBDO

John Oliver, Olivia Munn and more aim to #DefyTheName and disarm the power of insults.

Will Vinton, Claymation Pioneer and Father of The California Raisins, Has Died at Age 70

His work also included Domino's The Noid and the animated M&Ms.

McDonald’s Sweden Simulated Dyslexia on Its Ads and Menus to Raise Attention for the Disorder

Nord DDB's campaign marked World Dyslexia Awareness Day.

Marvel Stars Join Parkland Activists in Sharing Stories of Their ‘First Time’ (Voting, That Is)

March for Our Lives seeks to rally young voters for Nov. 6.

Ikea’s ‘Pee Ad’ Wins Grand Clio, Alongside Palau Pledge, Wendy’s Mixtape and More

Innovation and bold ambition dominate the year's top honorees.

Want Your Work Life to Be a Bit Less Crappy? This Award Could Change Everything

The One Show claims a Gold Pencil is the key to respect in these ads agency types will love.

Burger King’s ‘Blank Whopper’ Sticks Non-Voters With Someone Else’s Awful Choices

'Four years of this sandwich would really suck.'