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."

Translation Service ElaN Launches ‘Unbias’ Button to Suggest Gender-Neutral Word Options

And it challenges its mammoth competitor, Google Translate, to follow suit.

KFC Is Crowdfunding Its Most Bizarre Inventions Yet, Including a Location-Tracking Necktie

Your dollars could turn a chicken bucket into a hot tub.

How a Mysterious Sculpture Brilliantly Revealed the Truth Behind Ukraine’s Child Beggars

Taking a photo of the activation exposed the full picture.

Halo Top’s First National Ad Campaign Is a Dark, Hilarious Scoop of Existential Dread

Kids learn life's harsh realities from the 'ice cream for adults.'

Popular Rang-Tan Character From Palm Oil Deforestation Ad Will Star in a Children’s Book

Mother's creation for Greenpeace became a viral hit, and now it will become a children's book.

These Sexist Ads for Luxury Watches Sparked Anger and Apology, But Is the Brand Even Real?

Mariner Watches removed its posts (and entire social accounts), but questions linger abut the company's legitimacy.

Casper’s New Subway Ads Pose Puzzles to Get You Thinking About Going Back to Bed

In a captive environment, the brand aims to offer 'fun and intrigue,' says CMO Jeff Brooks.

‘The Best Guidance Is No Guidance.’ How Company Culture Helped &pizza Ride a Viral Wave

CEO Michael Lastoria shares the story behind the chain's 'Hallway Pizza' response this week.

&pizza Created a ‘Hallway Pizza’ to Celebrate Its Viral Moment During the Cohen Hearings

The rapidly growing chain shows how to turn a live TV meme into a marketing opportunity.

Apple’s Shot on iPhone Campaign Is Turning Hockey Stars’ Candid Photos Into Giant Ads

The long-running campaign is now taking fans behind the scenes.