Origin Story

New Mondo Gallery show frames first efforts

Mondo Gallery's new exhibit, "In Progress," charts the evolution of some of its most indelible screen prints, from early concept sketches to final, frameworthy execution, as with these two takes from bestselling British artist Jock on 1972 bloodbath The Last House on the Left. "In Progress" opens to the public on Friday, Jan. 25, 7pm, and runs through Feb. 23; see www.mondotees.com for location and hours.

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