Remove the vinyl adhesive mask and you'll have a perfectly rounded, rusty circle.
In order to prevent the non-rusted parts of the metal from future rusting, spray the entire surface with several layers of clear coat.
Now it's time for screen printing. In this case, Abrams printed a positive image of Mars onto a transparency.
The image is then burned onto a screen covered in an emulsion. For a step-by-step guide, take a look at Abrams' screen printing process.
Here's the image fresh from printing.
Abrams used a heat gun to quickly dry the ink and then crafted a wood frame for the wall art.
Check out the incredible details that result from Abrams' metal printing process.
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