Bye Bye Fly by Giulio Iacchetti.
It is an object that made me smile from the first moment that I saw it. It is made in Italy and originally was intended to be an unconventional souvenir from the city of Milan. The obvious inspiration were the plenty mosquitoes usually invading the city’s summer night. The design twist is that the traditional fly swatter net was replaced with a miniature map of Milan. In my point of view, it is mainly a clever decorative item, but if you decide to go fly hunting, at least you can do so in style. Bye Bye Fly is made of plastic and available in a variety of colors.