The item is being sold for £18 on the website of an artist who calls himself Mr Bingo.Mr Farage retweeted a story published by the pro-Brexit website Guido Fawkes condemning the move, sarcastically adding: “Charming”. His quote has since placed by the artist next to pictures of the tea towel on his website.
It was not immediately clear whether the faces on the tea towel were of real people.
However, Guido Fawkes wrote: “Warped Remainers have produced a ‘commemorative’ tea towel to celebrate the deaths of people who voted for Brexit and have died since the referendum.
“These are people’s mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, children whose deaths they are gloating over.”
Mr Farage’s tweet produced a mixed bag of replies, with some clearly angered by Mr Bingo’s stunt.
One said: “There are no depths to which these people will not sink. Quite disgusting.
“I had hoped people were above this sort of thing – looks like I was wrong.
Another said: “Some sick individuals out there and if a family member of mine was on that I’d be suing them for printing it.”
A third added: “Classy as only the liberals can be.
“It shows you the utter disrespect they have for families that have lost loved ones.
“What must they feel for their lala land voters!”
Another said: “This is outrageous.
“I get this a lot thrown at me,when you have people close to you who voted out, and have passed away before they have seen the result implemented it’s disgusting.
Mr Bingo’s expletive-riddled website describes him as liking “drawing things and rapping”.
Prior to launching a career as an artist, he claims to have worked regularly for clients including The New Yorker, The Guardian, TIME, CH4, The Mighty Boosh and The New York Times.
Express.co.uk has contacted Mr Bingo via Twitter to ask him about the furore surrounding his decision to market the item.