Stephanie Franziska Scholz was born in 1983 in Japan, grew up in Australia and now lives and works in Berlin. She studied drawing and print making at the University of Fine Arts in Berlin as well as the Accademia di Belle Arti in Bologna and received her diploma in 2012. After completing her studies, she illustrated several books, worked for newspapers and magazines and began a series of  computer cut-outs. The textures and rich colour palette she uses in her work are vibrant with modernist and architectural touches. She is a founding member of Studio Spektral and has participated in several solo and group exhibitions.

Represented in France, Canada, USA by Colagene, creative clinic


Represented in Germany by herself:

Stephanie F. Scholz
Pücklerstr 17
10997, Berlin


Selection of Clients for Illustration work: 
The New Yorker, The Guardian, The New York Times, The Economist, Zeit Magazin, Sueddeutsche Magazin, Musikexpress, Air LeMag, Gala Style, Let it grow, Missy Magazin

Victoria and Albert Museum London, Uppsala Stadsteater, VIMN Awards, Banque National, AIDA, EOS, Bechtle, MMX, Universal Music, MTV, 3000 Grad Festival, Julius von Bismarck, Nils Frahm, Oxford University Press, Rogner und Bernhard, Haffmans und Tolkemitt, Cornelsen, Kein und Aber, Wikimedia  


Debuters InterviewBOOM
FubizIt's Nice That
HypocriteDesign Magazine
Hypocrite Design Magazine Interview        


MFK Galerie, Berlin, with Paul Paetzel as Saigen, 2009
La Fragua AIR, Spain, group exhibition, "Transistors", 2012
Galerie im Erd und Feuer, Berlin, solo exhibition of ink drawings, 2013
Galerie im Erd und Feuer, Berlin, "Studio Spektral retrospective", group exhibition, 
with Frederic Otto and Julia Soler, September 2014
Berlin Art Prize exhibition with Studio Spektral, June 2015
NGBK, Berlin, exhibition with Studio Spektral, September 2015
Digitalia, Szczecin,exhibition with Studio Spektral, October 2015

La Fragua Residency, Spain, 2012

Bull's Eye Residency, Portugal, 2018

short-listed for the Berlin Art Prize 2015 with Studio Spektral

runner up for professional illustration, Creative Quarterly 44, 2016

published in Lürzer's Archive Issue 6/2016.