• Graphic Design Portfolio Book For Oyster and Pearl Design

September 08, 2016

A3 portfolio book in grey plate book cloth outer cover and linen book cloth inner cover and spine, with blind deboss.

Oyster and Pearl are graphic designers that specialse in wedding stationery. This portfolio was commissioned to be used as a presentation book for for their wedding stationery at wedding fairs.

It is an A3, landscape, hidden screw post portfolio with a blind debossed personalised logo on the front cover.

Created in 2014, it has become one of our most popular colour configurations for portfolios. That said it is one that we do not encourage as it uses book cloth for the outer cover, which is notoriously susceptible to stains. We would encourage a buckram cloth for the outer cover as it for more durable and can be wiped clean.

We have a special page dedicated to portfolio books and portfolio boxes which can be found here
To see more examples of portfolio books for graphic designers go to our gallery page here

Graphic Design Portfolio Book A3 Landscape





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