As an animal lover, I'm sort of repulsed by the notion of having a rug displaying a cartoonish representation of roadkill, but admittedly interested in such a polarizing and in your face piece that sets itself apart from "tasteful" display. The idea of politicized home decor is an interesting trend during these highly politicized times (some of you might remember the Global Warming Rug by NEL for Nanimarquina), and I suspect that reactions to this sort of graphic decor statement will mostly register negative. But then again, like most artistic or political endevours, evoking a response is often the goal. Check out the detailed close up of the rug underneath the jump and vote below...
The Oooms Road Kill Carpet is described as such:
Do you know the feeling that you do not want to take a look at something, but you still do? The Road Kill carpet is a continues struggle between attraction and repulsion. It's a warm, soft, cuddly carpet that attracts you to take a nap on it. But at the same time its a repulsive image of a car-flattened, bloody fox.
Tell us what you think.