An example of how raster graphics can limit reproduction.
A raster graphic or bitmap, consists of pixels. If you zoom in enough on a raster graphic, it will appear pixilated, making it unusable.
A vector graphic or line art, is made up of mathematically precise points, which ensures visual consistency across multiple sizes.
The main advantage of using vector graphics for design are that they can be scaled to any size without losing quality.
Vector graphic design software titles include Adobe Illustrator and Corel Draw.
Raster graphic design software titles include Adobe Photoshop and Gimp.