Born in 1988, İstanbul; Ali Emre Doğramacı began his design education in Istanbul Bilgi University Visual Communication Design department, did a student exchange in Sint-Lucas Beeldende Kunst Grafisch Ontwerp department in Ghent, Belgium and recieved his master’s degree after attending School of Visual Arts MFA Design / Designer As Author + Entrepreneur Program in New York.
Following his graduation he started working as an intern in MTWTF, a New York based graphic design studio; which he took part in design projects for cultural and commercial platforms such as Brooklyn Museum, House Housing, Astor Place etc. After his return to Istanbul, he worked as a graphic designer in IKSV’s 14th Istanbul Biennial Salt Water, embeded with Milano based LeftLoft.

Since 2015 he has been working as a one man studio for arts & cultural organisations and commercial platforms. Some of his prominent works are; exhibition identity and communication materials for Apricots from Damascus, an apexart exhibition hosted by SALT; HAS Architect’s Sound and Light in Architecture hosted by MSGSÜ Tophane-i Amire Culture and Arts Center; Commissioners' Exhibition hosted by SALT.

Awards & Recognition
2016 Graphis Poster Annual Merit Award
2016 vıctıon:ary Type Hybrid
2016 Designer Books BOOOOOOK 2
2016 Sandu Publishing Playful Graphics
2014 IdN Magazine Issue v21n5: Maximalism
2014 vıctıon:ary Graphic Digits