Itoya Art Profolio Advantage Presentation/Display Book (8.5 x 11", Black)

BH #ITAPA85 • MFR #AD-24-8
Itoya
Key Features
  • Twenty-Four Pages, 48 Views
  • Portrait Format
  • Acid-free Cover and Inserts
  • Stays Flat During Presentation
The 8.5 x 11" Art Profolio Advantage Presentation/Display Book from Itoya is an excellent choice when it comes to presentation and storage. This simple, stylish and functional book says you are a pro who does quality work and is proud of it.

The 24 pages it comes with contain acid-free inserts which protect your work. The book features binding that will keep the spine flat when it is opened. No more fumbling with the pages with one hand while you try to talk to the art director with the other.

In Stock
$11.81

Itoya Advantage Overview

The 8.5 x 11" Art Profolio Advantage Presentation/Display Book from Itoya is an excellent choice when it comes to presentation and storage. This simple, stylish and functional book says you are a pro who does quality work and is proud of it.

The 24 pages it comes with contain acid-free inserts which protect your work. The book features binding that will keep the spine flat when it is opened. No more fumbling with the pages with one hand while you try to talk to the art director with the other.

Note:
The Advantage sizes reflects the art that is intended to be mounted inside
Exclusive PolyGlass pocket sheets; crystal clear clarity unlike any other
Rigid and lightweight polypropylene cover
Acid-free and archival safe
Thick gauge black, acid-free mounting paper
Twenty-four pages for 48 views
UPC: 075633908016

Itoya Advantage Specs

Sheet Capacity24
RefillableNo
Cover MaterialPolypropylene
Type of ClosureBook-Style
Handles/StrapsNone
External PocketsNone
Number of Internal PocketsNone
Sheets Included24
OrientationVertical
Image Size (W x H)8.5 x 11.0" / 21.6 x 27.9 cm
PaddingNone
Weight1 lb / 0.45 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.55 x 9.6 x 0.6"
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