From the studio that originated digital printmaking and where fine black & white photographic inkjet printing was invented. We've been digital printmakers longer than anyone else on this planet. Jon and Cathy Cone founded Cone Editions Press in 1980 and transitioned into digital as early as 1984. We have produced some of the most imporant exhibitions of our time, and continue to work with photographers and fine artists all over the world.

Here is a sampling of some of our projects over the years:

Lester Johnson - Gold Series 3 Lester Johnson: Gold Series 3, 1984. Hand drawn silkscreen in three colors using crayons and screen-resist developed by Jon Cone. Printed at Cone Editions for the Atelier Project of SUNY at Purchase.
Wolf Kahn Wolf Kahn: Kentucky Barn, 1985. A series of more than 30 unique variations on a theme printed in silkscreen in up to 15 colors. All screens were drawn on directly by the artist using silkscreen "pastels" developed and manufactured by Jon Cone.
David Kapp - Oncoming Car David Kapp: Oncoming Car, 1985. A silkscreen print produced using a painting "tusche" created by Jon Cone for the artist to work directly on the silkscreen fabric.
Jon Cone silkscreen printing in Port Chester NY studio Jon Cone in 1981 at the silkscreen table in the Port Chester, NY studio.
Carol Seborovski Carol Seborovski: Three Black Bars, 1986. An aquatint photogravure made from from hand drawn tissues by the artist.
Norman Bluhm and John Yau Norman Bluhm and John Yau collaborating with Jon Cone during the making of the Poem Prints, 1987.
Archie Rand and Jon Cone Archie Rand next to Jon Cone while inking Assimilation, 1987. One of more than 100 unique large scale Potato Prints produced in collaboration during four 96 hour printmaking sessions.
David Humphrey, Lies David Humphrey, Lies. 1987. Photogravure from hand painted mylar with spit-bite etching and silkscreen.
Joel Fisher Joel Fisher: Mountain Scan, 1988. Digital aquatint etching, derived from fifteen 4"x4" copper plates.
Willy Heeks - Affirming Flame WILLY HEEKS: Affirming Flame,1988. Color etching, drypoint and screenprint.
Stanley Boxer Stanley Boxer: Teaseuponagrassland, 1989, Color monoprint from wood block. From a series of large scale birch woodblocks carved by the artist and proofed at Cone Editions in 1988 - but printed at Smith Andersen Editions during the time Cone Editions moved from Port Chester, NY to East Topsham, VT.
David Humphrey - Digital Monoprint

David Humphrey: Family, 1991. A monoprint pulled from a computer generated oil paint printing matrix that had been silkscreened onto plexiglass, disturbed by the artist with solvents and pigments prior to transferring the oil paint to paper through an etching press.

Emily Cheng - Madonna Emily Cheng: Madonna, 1991. Canon digital pigment, acetone-solvent transfer with silkscreen from hand cut paper stencils.
Janet Fish and Jon Cone Janet Fish and Jon Cone proofing a 20 color silkscreen print in the new Cone Editions Studio, Topsham, Vermont. 1991.
Janet Fish - Tropical Still Life Janet FishTropical Still Life, 1992. 30 color silkscreen from hand drawn and painted screen stencils by the artist.
Richard Avedon - In the Memory of the Late Mr. & Mrs. Comfort Richard Avedon: from the In Memory of Mr & Mrs Comfort portfolio produced with ConeTech WGFA inks as an IRIS print series. Editon of 18. Printed at Cone Editions Press, 1997-1998. Ink development for this project begain in 1994. Cone and Avedon collaborated for several years on this special project.
Gordon Parks - Half Past Autumn Gordon ParksLeaf Moon, 1995  from the Half Past Autumn retrospective exhibition in 1997 at the Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C. Printed with ConeTech WGFA inks at Cone Editions Press in 1994. Cone and Parks collaborated for more than a year on this special project. Cone was working with Alias Eclipse on an SGI workstation.
David Humphrey and Jon Cone at Cone-Laumont Editions David Humphrey and Jon Cone at Cone-Laumont Editions posing in front of one of two IRIS 3047 printers, about 1995.
Carl Weese - Dawn, Shepaug River at Steep Rock Jon Cone’s first quad-black inkjet system was developed for the IRIS 3047 printer in 1995. DigitalPlatinum when used in collaboration with Carl Weese was able to produce prints which mimicked the Ziatype printing-out-process. The split-tone evident in this print moves from silvery cool highlights into chocolate brown shadows. DigitalPlatinum predates Cone’s well known Piezography products by 5 years, yet printed without visible dots.
Yasumasa Morimura Yasumasa MorimuraSelf-Portrait - Sharaku (Self after Yadorigi), 1996. One of four woodcut, photogravure, and IRIS print on Japanese paper. Published by and in collaboration with Yoshi Sigoshi of Editions Works, Tokyo.
Cone Editions Press - 1997 Four IRIS 3047 printers at Cone Editions Press in 1997.
Diana Michener - Solitaire - Silence Me Diana Michener: Introduced to Cone through Jim Dine (an Ohio University alumnus where Cone attended), Diana Michener worked in residence at Cone Editions in 1996-1997 to produce the extremely delicate and powerful Solitaire suite of IRIS prints produced using the first of Cone's quadblack inkjet inventions, Digital Platinum for IRIS. Printed on impossibly thin Japanese papers and exhibited at Pace-Magill Gallery that year.
Jean Pierre Hebert Jean-Pierre Hebert, plotted IRIS print from hand-made software of the artist. 1998 while in residence at Cone Editions Press.
Ivan Chermayeff Ivan Chermayeff working in the artist/intaglio studio at Cone Editions Press in 1999.
Cone Editions Ink Prototyping Inkjet prototyping lab at Cone Editions Press in 2001.
Developing inks and process for photographer Gregory Colbert Developing unique process in a private studio at Cone Editions Press in 2005. A 64" Roland printer that can be outfitted with 12 different inks. Ink formulation in the lab - immediate proofing - resulting in rapid autographic printmaking development.
Sharon Harper - Moon Studies and star Scratches Sharon Harper: Moon Studies and star Scratches, Rincon, P.R., 2006. Printed for BOMB Magazine. Piezography Carbon inks printed at Cone Editions Press.
Gregory Colbert - Ashes and Snow Gregory Colbert: The Ashes and Snow nomadic museum exhibitions in Santa Fe, Tokyo and Mexico City were printed by Jon Cone from 2005 - 2008. Using a combination of JonCone Studio and Piezography inks on handmade papers up to 94" x 186", these prints were viewed by more than 13 million people making it the most viewed exhibition in history.
Annu Palakunnathu Matthew, Noble/Savage
Annu Palakunnathu Matthew: Noble/Savage, from An Indian from India, 2007. Digital print on acetate mounted on gold media to imitate Curtis Orotone process. Housed in hand tooled leather cases.

Jonathan Singer Jonathan Singer: Botanica Magnifica, 2009. An IRIS Print project of epic proportions. Five extra-large “double-elephant” format, lavishly hand-bound volumes printed for and permanently housed in the Cullman Rare Book Room at the Smithsonian.
Roland Printmaking Printing Piezography inks on 47" x 107" handmade, Triple-Thick Mitsumata for Jonathan Singer...a very slow but luxurious process! The paper is pre-heated during printing to 50c to allow much more ink on this unsized and uncoated paper.
Jon Cone Jon Cone: Oregon Coast, 2011 Piezography Carbon K7 inks on JonCone Studio Type 5 paper.
Cone Editions -2012 Two of twelve large format inkjet printers at Cone Editions Press, 2012.
Andrea Zini - Africa Eyes Andrea Zini: Dana Ceccarelli holding an impossibly thick hand made sheet of Japanes paper printed with a special combination of Piezography and JonCone Studio inks for photographer Andea Zini. The papers were made to size for the photographer to match the format of his digital Hasselblad. Two exhibitions printed in 2012 and 2013. (yes that is the same Dana Ceccarelli of InkjetMall who provides our customers such amazing technical support.)
Zana Briski - Zana Briski: We have been working with Zana for several years producing IRIS prints as late as 2011 and now concentrating on Piezography printing and our extreme printmaking on on thick hand made papers up to 60".
Altoon Sultan - Red Line, 2012 Altoon Sultan: Red Line, 2012. We have been working with Altoon for many years. This particular project included our overhead scanner under which Altoon built montages from materials she brought to our studio.
Witness to History: James Nachtwey's 9/11 Photographs James Nachtwey: This is personally one of the most intense collaborations that Jon Cone has been involved with. Begun November 2013 and expected to last some time as Nachtwey now lives forty minutes from Cone Editions Press. The pair are working closely together on an exhibition to open at the Currier Museum in 2015.

For printing at Cone Editions Press, please contact Cathy Cone at (802) 439-5751