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A Military Spouse Owned & Operated Company

Meet Amy (1)

Branch: Air Force

Products: Custom & Unique Gifts

In 2020, needing a creative outlet while the world paused, I received my first laser engraver/CNC machine and started creating. Quickly, my passion for the art of laser engraving and design grew through trial and error and after much encouragement from friends and family, I decided to venture outside of my comfort zone and share it with the world through starting a small business, Hangar Fly. At Hangar Fly, I tell stories through custom items, translating ideas and people’s memorable moments into unique pieces of art!  Let my unique vision, passion for story-telling, design and engraving service memorialize your latest accomplishment or most appreciated memory. I love creating custom designs and engraving on a variety of canvases including glass, wood, bone, leather, metal, stone, etc. Whether you are in need of a custom decanter set, an ornate cow skull, or art and furniture made from airplane parts and military surplus, I can create a unique item that you will treasure. At Hangar Fly, each item is individual and should capture its owner’s personality. That’s why I aim to learn your story and turn your imagination into reality.

Both my logo and mascot are inspired by the Women Airforce Service Pilots, WASP, of WWII and modern military aviators.

The logo was drawn to invoke a feeling of nostalgia. Depending on viewpoint, the silhouette of the female aviator could be modern or vintage. Her flight suit, leather jacket, and the illusion of wings and semblance of both a modern helmet and vintage flight goggles invoke a shared sisterhood that transcends time through the shared love of aviation and art of storytelling. The hangar is designed to replicate the WASP hangar at Avenger Field.

The mascot, Hazel the Fly Girl, is inspired by modern military aviators and the WASP mascot, Fifinella. Instead of a gremlin, she is a literal Fly Girl. She is named after WASP Hazel Ying Lee who was the last of 38 WASP’s who died in service to their country.

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