Felix Scheinberger, born in Frankfurt in 1969, is one of the most innovative illustrators of the young generation. He studied in Hamburg, where his teachers were Erhard Göttlicher and Klaus Ensikat.
Scheinberger already engaged in exhibitions and obtained his first illustration-assignments while still attending university. He was able to follow on immediatly upon finishing university and has illustrated over 50 books within the last ten years. He has regularly published his works in newspapers and magazines and has also worked for several theaters.
Scheinberger taught Drawing at the Hamburg University of Applied sciences (HAW) and the University of Freiburg. Between summer semester 2007 and winter semester 2008, he worked as a substitute professor at the FH-Mainz, where has been teaching Illustration and Drawing. . Since winter semester 2008 he works as a guest professor for drawing and illustration at the bezalel academy of arts and design in Jerusalem / Israel.