Inkscape is a professional vector graphics editor for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. It's free and open source.

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Current stable version: 0.92

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A powerful, free design tool

Whether you are an illustrator, designer, web designer or just someone who needs to create some vector imagery, Inkscape is for you!

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Google Summer of Code 2016

This is Inkscape's 11th year mentoring in Google's Summer of Code. Students, please see our Summer of Code wiki page for directions. Find an idea that interests you, and let us know!

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Snap Package for Linux, MacPorts Port for OS X available

The latest Inkscape release, Inkscape 0.92, is now available for you to install on OS X via MacPorts, and as a distribution-independent snap package for GNU/Linux.

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Inkscape Version 0.92 is Released!

The Inkscape project announces a new version 0.92 of its popular vector drawing software. New features include mesh gradients, improved SVG2 and CSS3 support, new path effects, interactive smoothing for the pencil tool, a new Object dialog for directly managing all drawing elements, and much more. Infrastructural changes are also under way, including a switch to CMake from the venerable Autotools build system.

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