The Perfect Art Portfolios to Showcase Your Work

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Water- and stain-resistant covers keep artwork safe with archival-quality clear pockets. There are 24 inserts in this 9-inch-by-12-inch portfolio, allowing you to show off up to 48 pieces of art.

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Measuring 9 inches by 12 inches, this portfolio can fit many pieces of art. The sleeves are bound to keep them in place and they are water- and dirt-resistant to safely protect the artwork. It lies flat when fully opened and has a sturdy front and back cover.

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This art portfolio comes with a simple black cover to keep the pages protected. However, keep in mind that additional sheets can’t be added to this portfolio.

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The Vantasii art portfolio measures 16.5-inches tall by 12.1-inches wide. It’s great for simple artwork but can also double as a report holder. These sleeves don’t have sharp edges, so they’re a good option for younger budding artists.

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This art portfolio is made from durable waterproof nylon with a zippered closure and has two sets of built-in straps, so you can choose to either carry it by hand or on your shoulder.

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The Tanchen art portfolio is available in four colors and can be worn as a backpack or held with the sturdy traps. There are also plenty of external pockets to hold other essentials.

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This Gamenote art portfolio is a clear PVC tote with built-in handles. It has sturdy snap closures that help to protect your student’s work from the elements. This storage bag measures 31.5 by 25.5 inches.

Expert Commentary

These premium portfolios are great for displaying and presenting your students’ creations, reports and creative pieces. Each has a different design and use, so choose the one that fits your needs, whether it is to transport, present or simply store documents. I personally appreciate the portfolios with handles.