Along with the freshwater aquascaping competition, CIPS 2017 held a contest for Marine Aquarium creators, that we have decided to call MarineScaping.
While the results weren’t my taste, I was happy to see the industry trying out something new, and I’m looking forward to watching this idea develop and evolve in the future.
I don’t really know the rules for this particular contest; they were reported in Chinese and we weren’t able to get a good translation. We don’t know how much time was granted to the players, nor we know who were them because, unlike what we saw for the freshwater Aquascaping contest, there were no names or pictures shown. If I’m correct, the chairman of the contest was Tony Vargas, at least this is what I could pick up on Twitter in the days preceding the exhibition.
We talked about it, and now I present to you the finished products. As always, I would like to know your opinion about this. And which one, amongst those proposed, is your favorite.
Well, the last one was outfitted with fake corals…
Someone has reported to me on facebook there was other tanks I didn’t see, please, if you have any pictures, send them to me so I can update the article.
For a comprehensive overview of CIPS 2017 you can read our editorial here.