The Moon Arts Project at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania has partnered with the CMU Planetary Robotics Team and Astrobotic Technology team in the Google Lunar XPRIZE to open the Moon Drawings project. It is
an initiative at Carnegie Mellon University to extend the reach of artistic expression to the Moon. Using this web site, you can contribute a drawing—which will be micro-etched on a sapphire disc, sent to the Moon aboard a robotic lander/rover, and potentially traced by the rover into the Moon’s soil. The disc of drawings, contained in a sculpture called the Moon Arts Ark, and generously conveyed to the Moon by our partners at Astrobotic Technology and the CMU Planetary Robotics Team, will be shuttled to the Moon from Cape Kennedy in 2016 aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. It will remain there for potentially millions of years.
Go to Make a Moon Drawing where you can try your hand at drawing something compelling with a continuous line of no more than 1000 points.