about art portfolio

Thanks for look art portfolio . What is art? It’s some of those subjects that maybe most of us won’t come completely in contract with. There are generally pieces of art that defy the creativity and catch your center, and sometimes there is art and art portfolio where we stand straight back and look and question what it’s all about.

Art is personal, as personal as every one of us. But the reality is whatsoever an artist provides is art but it really comes down to if the masses take it or reject it. Here more about art portfolio :

Art Portfolios and Portfolio Cases

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Portfolio - The Awesome Version

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My AP-ART Portfolio (Top Score!) +Tips and Help

I hope you guys enjoyed this abridged look into my AP-ART portfolio! Please feel free to ask any questions in the comments below! I would love to help you guys 🙂 Now that I look at it, the...

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  1. Being an avid concert poster collector getting this item was a dream come true. After spending hundreds of dollars on frames and running out of wall space this product was brought to my attention. Its construction is great and its made to last. It’s a great way to show other people your artwork without giving them a tour of your house and another plus is that your collection is now east to transport. So far i have two and i like them so much that ended up removing 90 percent of my posters on the wall to put them in these portfolio’s.I hope they make larger sizes in future. I consider this to be the ultimate coffee table book.

  2. I normally don’t write reviews, but this carrying case is well worth promoting. My business, Case Imagery, designs custom graphics for trial attorneys. I’m constantly hauling around exhibit boards to law firms and court houses. The Expandable Portfolio is the best product on the market. I’ve been ordering them in various sizes for the past 10+ years. They are a big hit with my attorney clients. When I deliver the boards, they don’t want to part ways with the carrying case and often purchase the case from me. There are so many things I like about this portfolio case that make it different from others I’ve used in the past. It’s lightweight and made of durable protective material. It unzips on both sides and allows you to easily insert the artwork/boards. I’m amazed at how deep the portfolio expands. I’ve managed to fit 20-25 foam boards at once. The adjustable shoulder strap and various hand grips make the case really easy to carry. There are two large pockets on the outside that are great for storing other contents. I love this case and highly recommend it.

  3. It was the perfect size but one of the upper handles already tore off. It can be easily fixed…but. Don’t put anything too heavy in there!The Seller contacted me after the review to exchange the portfolio. Weeks after the fact (the portfolio lives in a warehouse thousands of miles away from me) he sent a new portfolio in exchange for a description of what broke and a couple of pics. What amazing customer service. Wow!

  4. I have four children who are no longer bringing home 20 art projects a week from elementary school. Over the years I saved and collected what I considered the best of the best of the artwork they brought home from school, camp, at home and other programmes they were in. I had them framed and displayed until we had to do some work on the house.In an effort to reduce clutter (and weight! Picture frames are HEAVY!) I looked and found this type of portfolio on Amazon. It is perfect for kids artwork and now it is all stored in book form that everyone can enjoy at any time rather than spread across many walls in various rooms! Because of the way the book is designed artwork with yarn, cotton balls and other non traditional mediums can be protected and the book still works properly.The pages are heavy enough to feel comfortable and not so heavy that they obscure the artwork. The binding is tight and clean and provides a secure edge for the pages. It’s a plastic cover and easy to wipe and keep clean (as are the pages) It holds a remarkable amount of artwork (I use both sides of each sleeve) and the quality is above standard. I would not hesitate to purchase more or to recommend this item to anyone. It’s a GREAT purchase and should give many many years of protection and security while enable people to enjoy the contents.

  5. Perfect solution for storing and organizing the Melissa and Doug Reusable Sticker Pads. Pockets hold the pages for scenes and the stickers stick perfectly to the plastic. Keeps everything in one place and the pages from getting torn.

  6. A standard drawing tote board will not fit in this pack. 18 by 24 inch drawing pads barely fit. If you need a board backing, then you will have to cut an 18 by 24 inch piece of Masonite and then use large binder clips to attach your pad. The vinyl lining stinks. Literally.

  7. This is a well constructed Expandable Art Portfolio case, but I would call it the „Duffle Bag“ of Art cases. It holds a lot, can fold up very compact when you don’t need it, but is sloppy compared to the Prestige 32×40 Portfolio Case. I tried it with 6-32×40 mattes with backing boards. There is no support for the art, and when you grab the handles and lift it, it’s like a saggy tent. My suggestion to the makers is to create cinch compression straps like used in back packs to tighten the bag and make it fit snug around the art. For the price, it should be included and that’s mainly why I knock it down. If I were doing Art Fairs, traveling around the country and needed to carry 10 or 20 big prints at a time-and it was purely a matter of function, I would get this. If I’m making a presentation, I wouldn’t. The Prestige has built in wire sewn frame which makes it stand up on it’s own. When you pull prints out, it doesn’t fall to the floor like this one. It’s also very light, sleek, and more professional looking for presentation because it properly fits the art it’s made for. It cannot hold near as much as this, and cannot compress and fold down like this bag, but like I said it depends on your use. At over $150 I can buy two Prestige plus for that. So that’s where I’m coming from.

  8. This bag lasted less than a semester of use once a week. It went back and forth to class maybe 12-14 times and it is SHREDDED. The only reason it lasted that long is because I have a sewing machine and I would repair whatever had become detached before I left out for the day. There are better bags available on this site at the same price point.(Original Review: Alright, so most of the reviews I read while shopping for this item warned of the stitching being problematic. I have to say, that is entirely accurate. It has traveled with me to class for total of 9 days and one of the back straps has already popped. On the opposite end it already frayed. When held against the price-point of identical products you sort of decide what you’re willing to put up with. I sew, and can reinforce all the stitching, I think that at this price point I’m willing to tolerate it. But I’d never recommend this.)

  9. It looks nice, feels a little cheap, has a slight plastic odor and the zippers are gaudy. PLEASE NOTE: This product claims to be able to fit a 18×24 drawing pad in the largest compartment, and I would like all of you to know that it does but it is reaaaaally close. I have a XL Mix Media Pad, 18″X24″ with Side Wire and the only reason it is fitting inside this portfolio is because of the oversize zippers. I can already tell that the corners of my drawing pad will be damaged by the rounded and tight corners on this portfolio – however it does work…If you are looking to get a portfolio that will properly fit a 18 x 24 drawing pad, I would recommend getting something that is a size up. I have ordered a few portfolios like this one that claim to have enough room and they almost NEVER do.

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