Jonathan Adler Blue Love Dove PVC Presentation Book (8.5x11)

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by Jonathan Adler
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Jonathan Adler Blue Love Dove PVC Presentation Book (8.5x11)

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Jonathan Adler Blue Love Dove PVC Presentation Book (8.5x11) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I live in Canada, and I bought one of these while shopping in the US. When I got home I ordered 6 more, all with different cover. My daughter also used one for her school work. I really love it! I have never seen anything like it and had been searching for years.
VertigoYang More than 1 year ago
Recently I was in the market looking to find something to store my sketches and the like in. Binders not satisfying my needs and being too bulky were quickly removed from my list of choices. Spending money on the binder plus the clear sleeves to put them in only to have it's bulk and size prove inconvenient was just added frustration. Also trying to find a stylish binder not covered in teenage trends was no easy feat. While wandering aimlessly through my local barnes and nobles I came across a eye catching colorful kiosk full of what I thought was just stationary. Upon further inspection I found this item. Not only is it a good size, nice and thin, but the clear pages feel more durable than any plastic sleeves I could buy at WalMart. The front and back are a nice flexible plastic that has proved quite durable. No matter how often it gets rolled or stepped on my art is safe. I've been able to fit this into my purse which is a huge plus for me. I love not having to carry around a separate bag for a binder or sketchbook or both. In each clear page there is a paper with the Jonathn Adler logo on it. I've left them in the pages and used it as a separator for each picture. My drawing paper is thick enough that the logo won't show through but it may not work for everyone. I like the papers as dividers since some of my art involves ink or markers as well as pencil and they can rub off onto other pictures. It's so very stylish to boot. I love this blue! This also holds some very expensive and sentimental photos that were damaged in a basement flood. At first I thought 25 pages would be enough but now I think I will buy one or two more. I would love to be able to present and protect all my art in these gorgeous books. To me this is more than a presentation book. It protects my passions.