If dividing Belgium was that easy, we probably wouldn’t be the ‘proud’ owners of the ‘longest time a country has had no government’ record.
The carpet has the contours of the Belgian borders. All three parts of Belgium are represented: Flanders shown in yellow, Wallonia in red and Brussels (the black sheep) in black. Together the colors represent the Belgian flag. Scissors and a handy manual on ‘how to split Belgium’ encourage the owner to take action - or not. Dotted lines show you where to cut, if you dare...
OSKAR doesn’t want to take any particular political position, however it must be interesting to find out how Belgium’s most prominent politicians divide their carpets.