James Swift is left feeling flat by Adidas’ World Cup ad: "This spot almost has it all – big stars, an interesting soundtrack, sexy locations – but completely lacks substance. It’s as vacant as a perfume ad and tries to dazzle you into thinking you’ve seen something coherent. Nice try, Adidas."
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Abbott Mead Vickers' press ads for Sainsbury's in the 1980s formed the most influential and culturally significant campaign the UK has ever produced, argues Paul Burke.