With parcels of land and crops hand-crafted of New Zealand wool, Florian Pucher's Land Carpet represents an aerial view of farmland in Europe, Africa, the Netherlands, and the USA. Each region (or rug) offers variations in colors and patterns. The Netherlands, famous for its bulb exports like tulips, hyacinth, daffodils, narcissus, and crocus, features the hues of bright florals and more rigid, rectangular plots of land. Meanwhile, with agricultural products like olive oil and wine, the Europe rug features more greens, browns, and irregular plots of land. What do you think? Love it or hate it?