Doug Zanger

Doug Zanger

Doug Zanger is senior editor at Adweek focusing on creative. He is based in Portland, Oregon and unabashedly loyal to the Pacific Northwest.

These Recently Unearthed Designs from 1973 Show What McDonald’s Almost Looked Like

McGroovy, baby.

These Former Nike Executives Are Looking to Disrupt the Death Care Industry

Solace goes beyond online cremation services.

A Swedish Firm Made an Invincible Guitar, Then Handed It to Rock’s No. 1 Guitar Smasher

Forsman & Bodenfors shows engineering company’s unique chops.

Heat, Bought by Deloitte, Sent Doughnuts and Aspirin to Droga5 After Accenture Acquisition

Along with a message: 'Everything’s going to be alright.'

Here’s What Book Covers Might Look Like for The Mueller Report

The New Yorker enlisted five designers to envision its packaging.

W+K Launches Another Whimsical Animated Film That Shows Oregon’s Quirky Majesty

It’s ‘Only Slightly Exaggerated’ again.

The Ad Industry Weighs In on How the Accenture Deal Might Affect Droga5’s Culture

Optimism meets caution.

Havas New York’s CCO Tries Another Quirky Approach to Hire Interns

This year, Harry Bernstein asks hopefuls to send postcards instead of texts.

The Only Way to See This Game of Thrones Kill List Is on a Cold Can of Mountain Dew

Fans can use social media to tell the brand what they would sacrifice to get their hands on one.

It’s No Joke: European Wax Center Chooses April Fools’ Day to Rail Against the Pink Tax

It’s the second year of the campaign led by Laundry Service.