Lawrence Azerrad

Grammy Award-winning Creative Director, Graphic Designer. Owner of LADdesign, and author of “Supersonic: The Design and Lifestyle of Concorde.”

Grammy Award-winning Creative Director, Graphic Designer. Owner of LADdesign, and author of “Supersonic: The Design and Lifestyle of Concorde.”


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Lawrence Azerrad visits KCRW to discuss his new book “Supersonic: The Design and Lifestyle of Concorde.” Photo by Frances Anderton.

The soaring design of Concorde

Lawrence Azerrad visits KCRW to discuss his new book “Supersonic: The Design and Lifestyle of Concorde.” Photo by Frances Anderton.

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