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Vector Art Explained...
Vector art
Vector art use geometrical formulas to render images. Also known as raster graphics. Bitmap images are made up of a pattern of squares called pixels.

Vector art can be resized without loss in image quality.

vector art

In logo design this is really important. A logo created in vector format can be printed any size and the image stays crisp.

Bitmap images become blurry and pixelated when resized.



Vector art images are intended for high-quality printing.

Bitmap images are intended mainly for on-screen viewing. You can also print a bitmap image, but to get a good quality print you'd need a high resolution bitmap. Most printshops will ask you to supply the bitmap in at least 300dpi.

At Biz-Logo we provide you with a 300 dpi bitmap as well as the original vector art - just to be sure you'll have the files needed by your printers.

Common vector art formats include:
CDR, APS and AI.

Common bitmap formats include:

Software used to create vector art:
Adobe Illustrator

Software used to create bitmaps:
Adobe Photoshop
Corel Photo-Paint
Jasc Paint Shop Pro

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