Wading Into Collapse is a collaborative project on the uncertain and immediate effects of climate change, presented through personal memory and stories of our homes with the hope of shifting perception.
Installation view of River Logic, an accordion book that unfolds to the shape of the Mississippi River. Installed at Sachuest Point, Rhode Island.
Table designed and built for Writ in Water, Graphic Design MFA thesis.
Spread from Thesis Compendium.
Trading Earth: Ceramics, Commodities, Commerce Exhibition identity and signage.
Writ In Water, Letterpress printed cover design and exposed smyth sewn binded spine. 400 pages of thesis research and project documentation from the 3-year Graphic Design MFA at RISD. 
Working Hours, Graphic Design MFA Class of 2023’s exhibition for the RISD Grad Show.
Open spread for a book detailing the seven sites of the UNESCO World Heritage site ‘The Works of Antoni Gaudí
Left: Open spread for a booklet featuring the work and writing of Dan Friedman and the works of contemporary, typographic installation artists.

Above: A Conversation Piece gathering on the river.

Acrylic-plexiglass stacked archival boxes and cover design for a research and reimagining project on the ancient art of Polychrome.
Within the ruined Tripoli International Fair, a site designed by Oscar Niemeyer in the 1960s, I designed a series of interventions that activate and revitalize the site while simultaneously retaining the historical memory and the patina of time on its pavilions and monuments.
Mobile visitor guide case study for the RISD Museum. 


Jack Tufts is a multi-disciplinary designer from New Orleans, LA, and currently based in Brooklyn, NY. He holds an MFA from Rhode Island School of Design and an M.Arch from Tulane University. As a designer, Jack has worked in the fields of architecture, graphic design, experience design, and strategy.



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