Keep all your work in one place with a portfolio. Though many artists are moving toward digital presentations, it’s important you keep your original art accessible, organized, and protected. Use a book-style portfolio to present a mini gallery of your work, or an envelope-tie type to keep your work safe in storage and transport. There are many options to choose from, so make sure you select the product that’s best for you.
1. Star Products Cloth Tie Tape Art Portfolio
Available in a multitude of sizes, this classic envelope-style portfolio is a great choice for storing, protecting, and transporting art. Designed with a two-inch expandable gusset, the envelope expands to accommodate a large body of work. The soft woven tie closure keeps the envelope sealed. Made in America, this portfolio is constructed of heavy-duty, acid-free, recycled paper.
2. Itoya Art Profolio
This archival-quality portfolio book is designed for storage, transport, and display. Equipped with 24 clear sleeves, the book keeps your work protected and visible. With a slick black cover and black matte backing, this portfolio book looks professional and polished.
3. Alvin Art Presentation Book
This presentation book is high quality and well-priced. Made with archival-quality materials, each page properly protects your work, thanks to acid-free black polypropylene inserts and a clear plastic cover. Each page has sewn fabric edges for long-lasting construction. With 24 pages, there’s ample room to store your work.
4. Vantasii Presentation Book
Made from high-quality polypropylene, this durable, lightweight book keeps your documents, reports, and artwork safe. Each of the 40 sleeves has 98% transparency for clear display. You can keep up to 80 works safely inside; designed with a reinforced spine, this book is made to last.
5. Cachet Classic Portfolio
Cachet is a well-trusted artist’s brand. This classic artist’s portfolio features an acid-free lining, a durable binding hard cover, and three cloth ties. The cover’s thick, rigid paperboard keeps paper from creasing, and the cloth ties keep work from sliding out.