Method Draw is a web-based open-source vector drawing application. The purpose of Method Draw is to provide a simple and easy-to-use SVG editor experience.
It purposely removes some features, such as layers and line-caps/corners, in exchange for a simpler and more pleasant experience.
VPaint is an experimental prototype based on the Vector Graphics Complex, a technology developed by a collaboration of researchers at Inria and the University of British Columbia. It allows you to create resolution-independent illustrations and animations using innovative techniques.
sK1 is an open-source, cross-platform illustration program that seeks to substitute for professional proprietary software like CorelDRAW or Adobe Illustrator.
Karbon is a vector drawing application with a user interface that is easy to use, highly customizable, and extensible. That makes Karbon a great application for users to start exploring the world of vector graphics.
LazPaint is an open-source, cross-platform lightweight image editor, similar to PaintBrush or Microsoft Paint, with raster and vectorial layers created with Lazarus.
Inkscape is a leading open-source vector graphics editor used to create vector images, primarily in Scalable Vector Graphics format (SVG), but other formats can be imported and exported.