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."

Ikea’s First UK Holiday Ad Is a Hilarious Rap About How Your Apartment Is Crap

Luckily, a few quick fixes can get you ready to host, promises the fun spot from Mother London.

For His Dark Materials, BBC Creative Made a Lifelike Billboard That Breathes Steam

It's a subtle addition, but makes the outdoor more compelling.

Twitter’s New Ads Have Some Fun With the Fact That Users Can’t Stop Looking

David Madrid's first campaign for the social network shows why advertisers should want to be there, too.

Don’t Get Between Mariah Carey and All She Wants for Christmas

Which is (checks ad script) pig-in-a-blanket potato chips.

2 of Today’s Spec Ad Masters Crafted a Lovely, Official Spot for Mercedes

Dorian & Daniel cut their teeth on unauthorized Volvo and Johnnie Walker ads.

With David Bowie’s Most Beloved Song in Germany, Nike Uplifts the Nation’s Rising Heroes

W+K Amsterdam creates the country's first 'Just Do It' campaign, celebrating diverse athletic pioneers.

In Aldi’s Christmas Ad, Kevin the Carrot Encourages Cooks to Embrace Showmanship

McCann U.K. brings back an annual icon to inspire new ways of bringing vegetables to the holiday table.

Audi Taps 72andSunny Amsterdam to Launch Major Global Brand Campaign in 2020

It's the office's first automotive client.

There’s a Good Reason This Ad Is So Upbeat About Death

British nonprofit Marie Curie wants to get people talking about the inevitable .

People With Down Syndrome, Frustrated by Voice Devices, Are Teaching Google to Hear Them

A new partnership from FCB Canada and its advocacy client, the Canadian Down Syndrome Society.