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What is Vector Art?
Last Updated: 07/02/2020
Vector art (commonly known as line art) is made up of lines and curves defined by mathematical objects called vectors (thus the name). Vector art can easily be enlarged to any size (ie: as big as a house) with no loss of quality. Vector art backgrounds are transparent; and any color can be easily added to the background. Vector art colors are easily changed to any color desired. Vector art is easily edited; added to or parts deleted. Vector art is "graphics friendly" and usable by everyone. See [Recreate Your Logo in Vector Art] for more information.

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