So I'm still stunned by The Olympic Closing Ceremony and the mass of British talent that was mustered together in one arena. Amongst the British talent, there was one who was behind the scenes of the centre piece of the ceremony. Damien Hirst was the creative mind behind the Union Jack stage which the athletes accumulated on and famous vocal artists and dancers performed on during the night. The distinctive 'spin-painting' was made up of of red, white and blue. What I wanna know is.....
what happens with it now?
Does Damien take it home and keep it in his back yard?
Does it stay in the Olympic Arena?
Does the Queen get to keep it to play an altered version of patriotic Twister???