Harlem Shake – meet Conduit
When Alex Wolkov, one of our more awesome UI/UX Team Leaders at Conduit told me he was planning to ask all 450 Israel-based Conduit employees to participate in the BIGGEST Harlem Shake video (as far as we know, at the time of this post), I couldn’t pass down the opportunity to share this atrocity on our blog.
If you haven’t yet heard about The Harlem Shake, it’s our pleasure to introduce you to this wacky Internet phenomenon.
It all started with a video by the YouTube comedy blogger Filthy Frank, and as with all good things, the phenomenon spread due to people’s efforts to replicate the video, giving it their own personal twist.
Normally, each video begins with one person (often masked) dancing to the song alone, surrounded by other people unaware of the dancing individual. When the bass drops, the camera transitions to the entire crowd doing the dance, often wearing a minimum of clothes or crazy outfits/costumes and wielding strange props.
Note that this was taken in 1 shot during the annual Purim (the Jewish Halloween) party at the Conduit offices.
We don’t just do it big, we do it engagingly crazy.