Own a little bit of photographic history printed in a much higher state of fidelity than was available “back in the day”.
The Piezography Archives is intended to serve two purposes. First, it allows institutions and collectors an opportunity to purchase examples of the Piezography process. The Piezography process is an invention that will certainly be included in the history of Photography as the bridge between analogue black & white photography and the ongoing digital color revolution in which black & white photography is being replaced by a subset of color inkjet reproduction.
The second purpose will allow institutions and collectors an opportunity to own and display historical photographs that they might not otherwise have access to.
The cost of these prints is the same as the cost of making a custom print at Cone Editions Press of your own work. The costs are only moderately higher than our online printing costs.
We will be adding new prints on a regular basis. You can get notifications with our feedburner RSS feed, or by pasting http://feeds.feedburner.com/PiezopressNewPrints into your favorite RSS reader.Search the Piezography Archives
Our first offering is Lewis Hine’s “Tipple Boy”, 1908 taken working as an investigative photographer for the National Child Labor Committee (NCLC), Lewis Hine (1874-1940) documented working and living conditions of children in the United States between 1908 and 1924. Tipple boys had incredibly dangerous jobs in which they had to physically sort the coal before it dropped into the crushers.
This image is printed at Cone Editions Press in Piezography 100% Carbon inks on JonCone Studio Type 2 paper from a high resolution scan of the original glass plate negative. The scan was cleaned and imaged by Jon Cone to faithfully reproduce the contrast and tonality of the original archived print from the NCLC collection.
Sized at 11 1/4″ x 17″ and printed on 13″ x 19″ paper. Priced at $100 unframed or $225 framed.
The frame (option) is an 18″ x 24″ honey maple wood, with Alpharag 8-Ply – Pearl White over matte on Foamboard Acid Free Artcare 3/16 inch backing and Acrylic glazing. The archival print is archivally mounted, framed and ready for display.Share