Supersonic has been selected by Amazon as a Best of the Year
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The Concorde and the Lost Glories of Commercial Air Travel
The end of the boom years? As a new book recalls the cultural cues that followed in Concorde’s contrails, we ask will we ever again soar through the sound barrier?
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Faster than the sound. The Concorde is legendary, the flights were extremely expensive. That's why the customers were offered something special. An illustrated book honors the history and design of the supersonic aircraft.
This stylishly illustrated book looks back at the glamour of Concorde air travel and is as sleek and elegant as the aircraft it celebrates.
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When Concorde was the Future- Fifty years ago, the world’s first supersonic aircraft was preparing to take its maiden flight. It would become the ultimate symbol of the jet-set lifestyle
It was the most famous plane in the world – a miracle jet reserved for the rich and famous which inspired, and still inspires, millions more. One of those is Lawrence Azerrad whose obsession with all things Concorde has now become a book, Supersonic, the definitive design celebration of the jet.
Madeleine Morley spoke to him about how and why Concorde captured his soul.
Almost 200 pages of remarkable graphics and breathtaking storytelling, Supersonic is the perfect gift for those who are fond of anything that flies, but most especially to those that can only dream of flying on one of the world’s most iconic planes.
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Go Supersonic With This Fantastic Concorde Book
Graphic designer Lawrence Azerrad, a native of Los Angeles, grew up drawing pictures and fighting the inferiority complex that comes with being a “normal” in the city of stars. Since then he’s designed iconic album covers like Wilco’s Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, won a Grammy for the Voyager Golden Record: 40th Anniversary Edition box set, and authored & designed a book, Supersonic, about the fabulous style of Concorde. Turns out having his head in the clouds, playing amongst the stars, is right where he belongs.