Founded by Jon Cone in 1980 as an experimental, collaborative print workshop, Cone Editions soon became the world’s first digital printmaking studio. It is recognized today as the epicenter of innovation in archival inkjet printing and color management systems.
Cone Editions has produced digital prints for the Corcoran Gallery, Lincoln Center, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Smithsonian Institution, among others. Founder Jon Cone is the master printer of Gregory Colbert’s Ashes and Snow Project, and he was the master printer for photographers Gordon Parks and Richard Avedon, whose last portfolios he produced. He has printed in collaboration with Stanley Boxer, Norman Bluhm, Janet Fish, Lester Johnson, Wolf Kahn, and many other painters and sculptors. In 1989 Cone Editions moved from Port Chester, New York to East Topsham, Vermont, where it is currently located.
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