A selection of projects created with Illustrator
University of the Fraser Valley
GD157 – Primary Digital Graphics
Adobe Illustrator is a software program used for drawing vector graphics. Lines are drawn via mathematical equations as opposed to dots per inch or pixels to create very crisp edges. Vector graphics are scalable without any loss of resolution so Illustrator is a great tool for creating large design projects such as banners and car wraps. Illustrator is also used to create logos and other cartoon-like illustrations.
The example artwork above, are projects that I created while learning to use the Illustrator toolbox in my first level graphic design class.