The “Ice Age Aquarium” is a radical departure from conventional glass aquarium building in more ways than one, and it’s easily one of the most interesting empty tanks that we’ve ever laid eyes on. If we had known Eric Davis before the Ice Age Aquarium was created, we would have LOL’d at the proposal to build a trimless tank with an uneven line, a sandblasted frosted edge and some blue LEDs to light up the trim; this is the type of idea which sounds absolutely hideous when you describe it to someone but this tank is very, very cool to see in person. Normally when you see an aquarium with a unique style or shape it is nearly always made of the much more maleable acrylic but one of the things that makes the Ice Age Aquarium so unique is that it is made out of glass.This 4 foot square, starphire glass aquarium features sealing edges that were ground to 45 degrees for a larger, more even bonding surface. Obviously there is no brace or trim and the 45 degree bonding edge helps to increase the height of the tank without the need of a brace. Of course this tank is not for everyone but in a store, event or corporate display setting, we could see this tank as an eye-popper if it is matched with the proper aquascape, livestock and primary lighting source. For the low price of $2500 you could have this American made stunner from Marine Aquatics in Midvale Utah. Lots more photos and a video walkaround after the break. We love to read your comments proposing what kind of livestock would look best in this unique Ice Age themed Aquarium.