We spend a lot of time covering the latest and greatest in the aquarium hobby and industry; usually it’s products, news or excellent livestock but we are always on the lookout for stories which break away from the norm. The exhibit above entitled ‘Solar Power #1’ is an awesome display of the intersection of reef aquarium culture and art which was designed and erected by the stylish cnidarian lovers over at Coral Morphologic. The exhibit was conceived for a one day art exhibition in the Miami area called the Collabo show. The trimless tank is illuminated by a blue-heavy metal halide lamp which was used to bring display the upside-down jellyfish, Cassiopeia xamachana. The exhibit was coupled with the projection of a looping video of Cassiopeia beating. This display was probably one of the most interesting exhibits at the Collabo show and we can imagine the wonder and amazement of viewers which may have been unfamiliar with the unique jellies, or the fluorescent effects of many photosynthetic cnidarians. Hats off to Coral Morphologic for presenting this display to the masses, check out their blog for an embed of the Cassiopeia video and don’t forget to peruse their photo and livestock webpages while you are there.