Sometimes it's best to think inside the box. That's the case (literally) with the recently opened show in San Francisco's Mission 17 gallery. For the exhibit a group of artists were tasked with creating artwork within the restricted form of the grade school standby. Confined within a space roughly the size of a shoebox, results range from otherwordly such as Kristina Lewis' alien, sea urchin-like orbs to sleek and mysterious like the view through Taro Hattori's peephole as pictured here. Through July 16th.