Alphabet Photography Bangs Out Workplace Christmas Carols Using Machines

 - Dec 7, 2012
References: alphabetphotography & petapixel
You've seen it before with Kit Kat commercials, everyday sounds from machinery coming together to form a catchy tune; well Alphabet Photography used the machines in their warehouse to create workplace Christmas carols for the holidays.

The custom photo frame factory got its workers together and had them press on phone buttons, clink glasses and stomp their feet to form a rendition of Carol of the Bells. The result is a festive holiday jingle that hits all of the whimsical carol's notes. It took 125 rehearsals and 720 hours of performance and video recording.

All their hard work paid off. It's heartwarming to see the marketing scheme and the look of enjoyment on the participants faces as they hammer out workplace Christmas carols on photo frame machinery.