John Caserta is a Providence-based designer, artist and educator. He received an MFA from Yale University in 2004 and a BA in Journalism from The University of North Carolina in 1995. Upon completion of his graduate thesis, Take Your Time, he was awarded the J. William Fulbright Fellowship in Art to create a time capsule for a small village in southern Italy. Upon return to the United States in January of 2006, he was appointed critic in the department of graphic design at The Rhode Island School of Design. In 2012, he was appointed to the full-time faculty as an Assistant Professor.
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The Design Office
204 Westminster Street
Providence, RI 02903
In November of 2007, he founded The Design Office, an organization that supports local independent designers. The Office provides desk space, equipment, and community, while initiating collaborative projects and products. Several noteworthy projects include: Flatfile, Letterboxes, Hobo: Everyday photographs of an everyday typeface, Generic Coffee/Tea Mugs, and a monograph on the work of local architect, Ira Rakatansky (William Stout Publishers, 2010).
He continues to run a solo information design practice, taking commissions primarily from media companies and universities. He lives in Pawtucket, R.I. with his wife Sarah, daughter Lucia and dog Ray.