For more than 30 years Hoet&Hoet has been producing unusual greeting cards for its own account. Sent to friends and clients, they create a sensitive and individual relationship. It allows the studio to share its values as well as its expertise. In 2018, our entire greeting card collection was hosted by the Brussels Design Museum during the “Design Generations” exhibition, which brought together the most prominent names in Belgian design and fashion.
WISHH19 is a furoshiki, a traditional Japanese fabric square cloth printed in an H-shaped pattern. Furoshiki’s have multiple purposes and may be used for wrapping gifts, carrying bottles or other goods, alternatively simply keeping warm. (Instructions for use included).
WISHH17 is a notebook in A5 format and possesses lined and squared pages. It also includes pages illustrated with recipes prepared by each member of the Hoet&Hoet studio. The whole notebook is bound by two elastic bands which allow you to organise your notebook as you wish.
WISHH16 is a series of two bags in A3 and A4 formats that can hold, depending on the format, fruits/vegetables, a laptop, a packed lunch or a full load of souvenirs. Their dimensions refer to standard paper sizes in the graphic industry and we invite each person to fill them like a story on a blank page.