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."

Inside Nike’s Most Successful Failure

Breaking2 tested human limits by challenging the 2-hour marathon barrier and led the brand to surprising discoveries.

The Best Cannes Lion Is Actually Bronze, Argues This Creative Who Just Won a Bronze Lion

'The bronze Lion is like the Mark Ruffalo of all the Cannes Lions: recognizable but not intimidating.'

The 12 Best Outdoor Ad Campaigns of the Year

Browse the Cannes Lions' gold and Grand Prix winners for 2018.

Watch All 11 of the Year’s Best Ads, According to the Cannes Lions Film Jury

They range from hilarious to heartbreaking to flat-out bizarre.

‘You Want Me to Write FCK on a Bucket?’ How KFC’s PR Crisis Became a Print Ad for the Ages

Inside the brand's brilliant response to a stressful situation in the U.K.

The Story Behind Apple’s ‘Welcome Home,’ a Joyous Metaphor for the Impact of Music

TBWA\Media Arts Lab's creatives describe the spot's journey from concept to Cannes Grand Prix winner.

How a Surge of Tourists and Ecological Threats Led to Palau Pledge, Cannes’ Top Campaign

Host/Havas shares the story behind its triple Grand Prix winner for the small island nation.

After Boosting Your Tinder Profile, Delta’s Selfie Wall Now Offers a Chance at Free Travel

But the Brooklyn backdrop requires you speak its language on Instagram for a chance to win.

How P&G’s ‘The Talk,’ a Grand Prix Winner in Film, Brought a New Level of Empathy to Advertising

Director Malik Vitthal describes the goals and challenges of the globally celebrated spot on race relations.

Carlsberg Used Molecular Gastronomy to Invent Beer Caviar, Then Took It to the World Cup

Danish innovation meets Russian tradition in this odd culinary experiment.