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Just to protect my drawings from dust and smudging them, I used to keep my A4 size drawings in a office file like this.

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Now, I've started drawing on A3 sized papers, and I don't know where to keep them. Shall I go with a similar file that I used to use, with a larger dimension, or is there some special file for keeping artworks? And how can I Google it (I tried, but found only office files).

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A3 Drawings Briefcase

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Google search link

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  • I need a long terms solution now :P What if we have 100+ drawings? We buy more briefcases? Wouldn't that be difficult to manage?
    – Vikas
    Jul 28, 2021 at 18:08
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You could use a flat file, which is essentially a filing cabinet with wider shorter drawers. Also look at other types of portfolios that take up less space and cost less. There are also museum boxes which come in a lot of sizes. Having multiple boxes/envelopes/drawers also lets you organize your work instead of having one big pile of drawings.

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