[Jim Bumgardner / Tiny Rose (left) and Logic plaids (right)]
Rhizome & OpenProcessing are hosting a savvy microcompetition as an "open challenge" to programmers and designers to strut their stuff to make the "most creative work possible" with processing with a 200 character limit. Short and sweet.
The strongest entry will be determined by an open vote and announced after voting closes on Sunday, September 20th - with the winner collecting $200 for their efforts. The sketches will also be submitted in a collection page on the Rhizome Artbase.
Full contest details are available on the competition microsite/gallery.