What is Illustrator
Adobe Illustrator is a vector graphics editing software developed by Adobe Inc. in 1985.
It was originally designed for the Apple Mac. Because it is vector-based, the images it produces are scalable, meaning there is no loss in quality regardless of size. This also results in better prints, compared to Photoshop, which creates raster graphics. This makes Illustrator a great choice when creating graphics such as logos, cartoons, and fonts.
One drawback of Illustrator is that it cannot easily modify existing images as it provides a limited number of filters and editing tools.