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."

1 McDonald’s Canada Created a Series of Charming Ads About Why It Likes to Hire Friends

Campaign from Cossette celebrates how the brand encourages young people to apply together.

[TITLE] Order a Whopper by Name or GTFO: Burger King Gets Hilariously Bossy With ‘Whopper Mandate’

[EXCERPT] BBH London's one-day U.K. stunt is fantastically brutal.

For Earth Day, Apple Uses Dramatic iPhone Footage as a Warning Not to Cross Mother Earth

This isn't your usual serene documentary. It's a reminder of nature's power and intensity.

To Reward Organ Donors While They’re Alive, These Police Are Waiving Their Tickets

'Second Chances' campaign from Donate Life California could be embraced in other communities.

Nike Wrote a Charming Storybook About Dirk Nowitzki, Europe’s Top Contribution to the NBA

W+K Amsterdam also brought it to life in video.

Beats by Dre Brings in an A-List of Athletes for An Ad You Can’t Take Your Eyes Off Of

From Hiro Murai, the director of Childish Gambino's "This Is America," the spot features Beck's newest track.

H&R Block Turns Tax Day Into ‘Relax Day’ by Livestreaming a Sloth Just Chilling

#SlothStream brings a moment of zen to April 15.

Shopify’s First Brand Ads Want You to Go From Making Things to Building a Business

Outdoor ads aim to stoke your ideas into entrepreneurship.

Nike Celebrates Tiger Woods’ Triumphant Return and His Path to Golf’s Biggest Record

After win at Masters, his 15th major, Woods is back in the running to surpass Nicklaus' career total.

The Star Wars IX Trailer Is Here, and It Promises an Epic Conclusion to the Whole Saga

Disney also revealed it will be called The Rise of Skywalker.