Brands:ProFolio by Itoya
The ProFolio by Itoya Art Profolio PolyGlass Refill Pages has a unique rigid spine weld designed for easy insertion into multi-ring binders. Available in vertical and horizontal formats. They will not stick to ink jet, laser or copier toner.
The PolyGlass sheets are made in Japan; black paper is made in Belgium. Assembled in China.
These sleeves should be 19x25 to fit an 18x24 poster safely. I bought these for 18x24 concert posters. The issue I have is that many concert posters often have slight size variation and these are cut so tightly, and the materials are so slippery that I would find the top 1/8th inch of the post exposed and vulnerable to damage. Or the poster would move leaving the corners exposed - I would put an 18x24 poster in these sleeves... 18x23.5 would be the largest I think it could handle safely which is not really "a thing" making them kind of useless. Smaller posters slide around too much. I suppose If you had exactly 18x24 posters they would just fit. I am going to stick to traditional archival sleeves.
These are awesome. They’re actually a little over sized making loading them super easy
Use in our City’s museum to display archives.
Binder way to small to hold the sleeves. No need to include that with a purchase.
Itoya's portfolios are the best for their price and quality. They help organize artwork and protects the art as well. The refillable binders are the most professional Itoya portfolio in my opinion. I've purchased several portfolios from Itoya, from different sizes to different kinds, they never let me down.
Very happy with my purchase. Exactly what I expected.
Itoya's Polyglass pages, which are archival, 100% acid free, and come with acid free black mounting paper are without question some of the clearest and highest quality portfolio pages I have ever come across in the portfolio market. A lot of pages out there, including Itoya's standard pages, will give you a subtle milky appearance thus negatively effecting the overall quality of your print. Most of the time its a subtle effect, but its still noticable. These pages on the other hand are crystal clear. There is no degradation of image quality when using these pages. If you have used some of the other pages on the market, chances are you will be shocked at how amazing and vibrant your prints will appear in these pages. Yes, Itoya's Polyglass pages cost a bit more than your average portfolio pages, but for good reason. The quality is just top notch and its absolutely worth the extra money if your want your artwork to look its very best.