The history of Adobe Illustrator
Posted by Benedikte Vanderweeën on 14/05/2014
Back in time: the first time i created a logo (sort of) on a Mac with Adobe Illustrator was late in the nineties in a friend's studio. It was my first experience with Illustrator and since then it has captured me till today in my daily work. My friend had her own studio at that time and I was eager to learn how she made all these beautiful stuff so i asked her to introduce me to the basics of drawing on a computer. It took me some time to learn these drawing skills and i am still finding new ways to accomplish certain drawing tasks but it quickly became a tool that i use on a daily basis. In that period of time, i used Freehand and learned most of vector drawing in that tool, later on i switched to Illustrator. I was watching these wonderful short movieclips about the history of Illustrator and want to share them with you - i particularly like the story about the logo and the Botticelli "The Birth of Venus" painting in the Chapter 2.
Adobe Illustrator Story: Chapter 1
Adobe Illustrator Story: Chapter 2
Adobe Illustrator Story: Chapter 3
Go to the article - "Adobe Senior Creative Director Russell Brown on the past and future of Illustrator" on The Next Web