Clemens Habicht is a man of many talents. A director, designer and illustrator, he’s living it up in beautiful Paris.
He has created artwork for The Biennale of Sydney and the Secession Museum in Vienna, as well as signage and wayfinding design for Sydney’s Surry Hills Library and Community Centre. He has directed music videos for the likes of Bloc Party, Tame Impala and The Presets and created illustrations for Artbank’s Sturgeon magazine, Meredith Music Festival, Sydney Theatre Company, Creative Review Magazine, and The City of Sydney.
On top that he has a slew of solo exhibitions under his belt, has taught design at the University of Technology, Sydney and guest lectured at the Bauhaus Weimar. And as if all that wasn’t enough, Habicht is trilingual, speaking German, English and French.