It’s a vehicle for personal expression and showcasing my sense of humor. I do it as an inspiration to others to demonstrate that we need to keep on using our minds and our souls to create. We don’t have to do what everyone else does.
Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) November 29, 2011
Today’s technology makes designing a personalized holiday greeting card simpler than ever and chances are your refrigerator is covered with season’s greetings featuring entire families posed perfectly in matching outfits against pastoral scenes.
But for the daring at heart, creating customized personal greetings takes on an eccentric flavor.
Meet Cleveland comic personality, Christopher G. Axelrod. He’s been showcasing his zany sense of humor in self-produced holiday greeting cards for the past 25 years. Axelrod’s 25-year collection of customized holiday greetings is on display under Holiday Greetings at http://www.ChristopherGAxelrod.com.
Axelrod’s off-kilter sense of humor has drawn attention from The White House as well as Jay and Mavis Leno, David Letterman, Bill and Melinda Gates along with numerous other celebs – all on the annual mailing list of 2,000 addresses.
When asked why he spends so much time and resources on holiday cards each year, Axelrod replies, “It’s a vehicle for personal expression and showcasing my sense of humor. I do it as an inspiration to others to demonstrate that we need to keep on using our minds and our souls to create. We don’t have to do what everyone else does; we can go that extra mile to create something which celebrates our own uniqueness!”
More facts about Axelrod’s holiday cards:
- On average, Axelrod spends 100 hours each year to create his much-anticipated holiday greeting.
- Production begins in late summer each year.
- Photographers, talent, digital artists and stylists make up the production team.
- Digital production techniques have revolutionized the process during the past 10 years.
About Christopher G. Axelrod:
Comic personality Christopher G. Axelrod is often described as a “classic ringmaster” overseeing a cast of characters and creative artists in his off-the-wall event endeavors. As an emcee, television show host, comic auctioneer and character actor, Axelrod brings a sense of the unexpected to audiences with his brand of quirky comedy. An avid collector, Axelrod often arrives at gigs in one of his six vintage Cadillacs, wearing one of 150 custom-designed, colorful jackets. Most evident of his personal style is his 3,600-square-foot, self-designed home in Bratenahl, Ohio – currently on display at http://www.clevelanddreamcondo.com. Axelrod also is a professional resource scrounger for Northeast Ohio’s burgeoning film industry, helping producers secure locations, costumes and props. Learn more about his Hollywood adventures at http://www.clevelandgotoguy.com. He lives up to his slogan, “What will he do next?”
For interviews with Christopher Axelrod contact Kathleen Colan at 440.479.0932 or kc(at)kathleencolan(dot)com