VICE's "Designing A Plastic-Free World"
William Stankay recently collaborated with Vice for their "Designing A Plastic-Free World" campaign for adidas. The spot features a custom score created by Stankay using 90% Earth-sound and natural instrumentation, including sounds from the Atlantic, Pacific and Arctic Oceans. You can view the spot here.
Adidas and nonprofit Parley for the Oceans have come together to transform discarded plastic into a premium material that can be used to manufacture shoes and clothing. By actively working with this new material and decreasing plastic waste, adidas and Parley are hoping to change industry standards and supply chains to fight marine pollution.
Recording sessions in South Dakota for "Blood Memory"
William is currently scoring the documentary "Blood Memory", and traveled to South Dakota to work with director Drew Nicholas and his filmmaking team to record sounds to use as instrumentation in the original film score. "Blood Memory" explores how battles over blood quantum and “best interests” resurface the untold history of America’s Indian Adoption Era, and the ways in which a survivor of this stolen generation returns to heal her Sicangu Lakota community. William is using a custom recording process to create music for the film, utilizing natural sound, earth tones and sonic landscapes from the Badlands, Black Hills, Rosebud Reservation and surrounding areas to create the musical tapestry for the film's original score.
Custom music score for Deborah Lindquist's show at MODA 360 in Los Angeles
William Stankay's music in the Earthtones-style was featured in Deborah Lindquist's fashion show at MODA 360, benefiting the LA Zoo. His original score for the event was a custom soundtrack using only the sounds of wildlife and nature in the spirit of Lindquist's earth inspired, eco-couture designs.
To learn more about theproject, please visit our Earthtones page.
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