It smelt like teen spirit yesterday night at the 2012 BRIT Awards in London. Pop art legend Sir Peter Blake worked his unique formula of music-inspired-art with his trademark Sixties aesthetic that is now synonymous with the zenith of British music of the era - he redesigned this year's award statue with a splash of Britannic red, white and blue as well as granting the set designers use of his signature icons of hearts, targets, stars and rainbows. Adding to this nostalgia was most notably the comeback of Outstanding Contribution to Music winners Blur who rocked out to a decidedly #highlife set.
All the Girls & Boys wishing it was the Nineties all over again...