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Stephanie F. Scholz / News

The work of Stephanie is seen almost everywhere, she tells us more here about her last collaborations. The first illustration is for my bimonthly column about life with children in Luna Magazine. The second, I'm working on a kids' science book about telescopes with Jacob Kramer and this is from one of the series about great observatories around the world. Both third and forth illustrations were for Let it grow, an online magazine, which deals with modern eco architecture. The first article was about the planned Garden Bridge in London, the second one about a Dutch architecture firm called SUS Ateliers. The last illustration is for Missy Magazine. It went with an article about pension funds and poverty at an old age.

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Stephanie F. Scholz / Blade Runner 2049 in The New Yorker / New York

A beautiful GIF animated creation by Stephanie F. Scholz for The New Yorker for the release of the upcoming movie " Blade Runner 2049 " with Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford.

Stephanie F. Scholz / Bechtle's Annual report

These series of illustrations by Stéphanie F. Scholz are for Bechtle's Annual report, an important German B2B and B2G IT company. This shows the office of the future, connected, non hierarchical, open and with a variety of different functions. See close ups of these offices with this amazing series that has been created by Stéphanie F. Scholz. Pick up her book online and you will also become fan of her work.

Stephanie F. Scholz / Editorial news

The 3 first ones are for a platform for urban gardening called "Let it grow" in a monthly column. The first article spoke about BIOFIT, the second one about a green gym that uses natural materials of green schools and how plants help children learn, the 3rd illustration accompanied an article about vertical forests. The last illustration is for a book project about telescopes called "Looking Up". It depicts the Holmdel Horn Antenna in New Jersey with which microwave background radiation was discovered in the 60s.