The Crop Circle Towel Pays Tribute to Creative Farmers and Extraterrestrials

By: Michael Hines - Feb 28, 2015
References: kickstarter & laughingsquid
It's almost kind of shocking that it took until 2015 for the Crop Circle Towel to come into existence. The artistic farming phenomenon has puzzled and excited people for years, yet it's only now we have towels that pay tribute to a few of the awesome designs. These towels were created by Anatoliy Omelchenko and come in three patterns, sizes (hand, bath and beach) and colors.

In addition to being artistic, each towel is also made from eco-friendly materials. According to Omelchenko's Kickstarter funding page, each Crop Circle Towel is crafted using "100% Carded Cotton (made of sustainable, organic cotton)." They're also functional, with the patterns provided added drying and, as shown by the sample images, a play mat for children.