Inside Vancouver Design Studios: Hangar 18, hcma, Monday Creative & Super Bonjour
Take a behind-the-scenes tour of four graphic design studios operating in Vancouver, British Columbia.



Hangar 18 Design Continuum

Located in Gastown in Vancouver, British Columbia, Hangar 18 Design Continuum works with a variety of clients through advertising, visual identity, print and digital. Copy writing and design are what they do best. This small, agile team have been around since 1996 and have evolved over the years to stay relevant in this ever-changing world. Check out this unique studio with a trendy view – their space looks directly into the John Fluevog shoe store.


hcma is an interdisciplinary design firm that works on brands, buildings and shared experiences that connect people. Located in Vancouver, British Columbia, their designers, architects, researchers and strategists come together to create the lasting change they want to see in the world. Tune in for a behind-the-scenes look at hcma’s studio space and process.


Monday Creative
A female-founded team of strategists, writers and designers, Monday is a strategic brand and marketing agency located in East Vancouver’s eclectic Strathcona neighbourhood. Their space in the Honeycomb building perfectly blends a repurposed, industrial feel with modern, West coast office vibes. Take a peek into their process, creative philosophy and culture and understand why Monday is the best day of the week.


Super Bonjour
Bicoastal creative studio Super Bonjour specializes in strategy, branding and content. Based in a refurbished, red brick atelier space in Montreal, Quebec, and a corner heritage building in the Strathcona neighbourhood of Vancouver, British Columbia, this duo makes it work – and they do it well. Get a two-for-one special with this tour and see how the Super Bonjour team reimagines systems, spaces and creative from across the country.


RGD’s first ever Great Canadian Studio Crawl is a virtual event featuring tours of 25 design studios, firms and agencies from coast to coast in Canada.
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