If you've been living under a rock for the last twenty four hours and missed it: Daft Punk won tons of awards last night at the Grammys. Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Best Dance/Electronica Album, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance...you get the idea. If you're interested in the full list of winners and performances, you can check that out here. They also performed a star studded medley with Pharrell, Stevie Wonder, Nile Rodgers, and the Random Access Memories session players for their first live television performance in six years featuring some lovely awkward Katy Perry and Yoko Ono dancing.

The performance took place in what designer Jim Logiudice described as a "mid-century modern style set" that was designed by Daft Arts. He continued on saying "Check out the old school audio equipment integrated into the set. Very cool. The recording booth is patterned after the 'Mother' space craft control room from the movie Alien. The robots gold mirror mixing console actually worked and was played live."

You can find some behind-the-scenes photos at his Tumblr.