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Beyonce, Mohamed Salah, Ninja and More Prove 'Impossible Is Nothing' in adidas Campaign

The series from Sockeye provides a previously unseen side to some of the most documented individuals in the world

Beyonce, Mohamed Salah, Ninja and More Prove 'Impossible Is Nothing' in adidas Campaign

Portland agency Sockeye’s latest work for adidas introduces the evolution of adidas’ long-standing brand attitude Impossible Is Nothing. SEEING POSSIBILITIES - as told in bold, human films - is about rebellious optimism, rooted in the purpose from adidas in the power of sports to change lives.  



Told in the documentary style of home footage, the series provides a previously unseen side to some of the most documented individuals in the world, enabled via a powerful narrative delivered by friends or fellow athletes, and animated via resurfaced footage from the archives.

The series follows stories in sport and culture, showing how optimism and action has shaped their lives. Exploring the future they imagined for themselves and making it a reality, the series celebrates the trailblazers that have made history on a global stage. More importantly, it aims to inspire others, empowering them by this collection of very human stories as a powerful demonstration of what optimism can achieve. 



Beyoncé saw the possibilities of inviting all of us to find our voice. To use her platform as a stage to celebrate our differences with all people. Siya Kolisi, the first Black captain of the South African Rugby team, saw the possibilities to lead his nation to victory at the 2019 World Cup, securing a win that stretched beyond the rugby pitch of Japan and touched the lives - and hearts - of all fellow South Africans. Tifanny Abreu, the first trans woman to play in the Brazilian Volleyball Superliga, saw possibilities to return to the court after five years away, and more importantly to inspire us all to embrace our own identities and live out who we are with courage and authenticity. 

The episodic content series kicked off April 19th, with new stories dropping throughout Spring into Summer.





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Category: Clothing and Fashion , Sportswear

Genre: Documentary , People