Fictional illustrations of flora and fauna that inhabit Discworld, a comic fantasy book series written by the English author Terry Pratchett. The illustrations for a tea towel by Denmark-based artist Vladimir Stankovic features fantastical creatures with equally imaginative descriptions such as the Hermit Elephant which uses a tribal mud hut as a shell due to its sensitive hide or the Klatchtan Tree Frog which is used for a pill for the "mentally unbalanced to induce hallucinations of sanity."
What's a tea towel you may ask? Well, it's a dish towel made of linen or cotton but in an article from textile trade magazine Weaving Today, tea towels are said to have originated in 18th-century England, where "the lady of the household would use them to dry fine china and delicate tea sets, jobs that were considered too important to trust to potentially clumsy servants." Used during tea time, the towels "would often be wrapped around the tea pot to insulate it and prevent inelegant drips. One might also use a tea towel to cover a plate of baked goodies before serving."