Iconic British artist Sir Peter Blake regrets turning down a chance to work with 1970s disco kings the Bee Gees - and wouldn't pass up the opportunity ever again. The man dubbed the godfather of British Pop Art admits he snubbed the Brothers Gibb after being thrust into the album cover spotlight with the Beatles iconic Sgt Peppers LP sleeve in 1967. But Blake insists he would love to work with remaining members Barry and Robin. He says, "In the early days, I was approached by the Bee Gees to work on their covers, but I declined the offer. "But now, I probably would work with them."