Karl Gude is Graphic Artist in Residence at MSU. Before his MSU post, Gude was Director of Information Graphics at Newsweek Magazine. Some of his work at Newsweek is currently on display at Lansing's Michigan Historical Museum. WKAR’s Peter Whorf spoke with Gude last week about information graphics and the creative process. You can hear the interview Tuesday on Current State. Karl's work is part of the exhibition, Put it on Paper, now through August.
Today on Current State: MSU advertising instructors rate the Super Bowl ads, the Free-Press' Joe Rexrode recaps the big game and local sports, No Labels works for bipartisanship in D.C., The Henry Ford celebrates Rosa Parks’ 100th birthday, and local business and politics with MLive.com’s Angela Wittrock.
WEEK OF FEB. 4, 2013 This week's look at the CURRENT STATE of life in Michigan includes MSU advertising professors on the 2013 Super Bowl ads, a Rosa Parks exhibit at the Henry Ford, illustrator Karl Gude on creativity, poet Robert Hayden, Peter Whorf with classical Grammy nominations, quarterback Kirk Cousins, and much more. Listen live at nine, noon, or six each day, and on-demand here at WKAR.org.