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TOP 50 IIAC 2017 WORLD RANKING

  • Click to enlarge image 01st place – Malaysia – Josh Sim – Congo – 320L.jpg
    01st place – Malaysia – Josh Sim – Congo – 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 02nd place – China – Su-Ni Wei – Journey – 320L.jpg
    02nd place – China – Su-Ni Wei – Journey – 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 03rd place – China – Wen-Lin Ruan – The Ghouls – 320L.jpg
    03rd place – China – Wen-Lin Ruan – The Ghouls – 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 04th place – China – Yi He – Rustling Leaves in the Wind – 200L 320L.jpg
    04th place – China – Yi He – Rustling Leaves in the Wind – 200L 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 05th place – Indonesia – Heri Amir – Rasio Wild – 200L 320L.jpg
    05th place – Indonesia – Heri Amir – Rasio Wild – 200L 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 06th place – China – Jun-Feng Pan – Fairys Palace – 320L.jpg
    06th place – China – Jun-Feng Pan – Fairys Palace – 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 07th place – Viet Nam – The Le van – Let it be – 320L.jpg
    07th place – Viet Nam – The Le van – Let it be – 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 08th place – Indonesia – Jeffry – Little Paradise – 320L.jpg
    08th place – Indonesia – Jeffry – Little Paradise – 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 09th place – Taiwan – Kevin Liu – Autumn Immersion – 320L.jpg
    09th place – Taiwan – Kevin Liu – Autumn Immersion – 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 10th place – China – Zhe-Min Fan – Spring Breeze – 200L 320L.jpg
    10th place – China – Zhe-Min Fan – Spring Breeze – 200L 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 11th place – Thailand – Jirawong Laopiyasakul – Layers – 28L 60L.jpg
    11th place – Thailand – Jirawong Laopiyasakul – Layers – 28L 60L
  • Click to enlarge image 12th place – Taiwan – Tsai-Li Hsu – Colorful – 120L 200L.jpg
    12th place – Taiwan – Tsai-Li Hsu – Colorful – 120L 200L
  • Click to enlarge image 13th place – Taiwan – Kevin Liu – Colorful Wilnderness – 320L.jpg
    13th place – Taiwan – Kevin Liu – Colorful Wilnderness – 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 14th place – Brazil – Fernando Roberto de Moraes – Valley off Dedication – 28L 60L.jpg
    14th place – Brazil – Fernando Roberto de Moraes – Valley off Dedication – 28L 60L
  • Click to enlarge image 15th place – Taiwan – Harry Chen – Season Change – 120L 200L.jpg
    15th place – Taiwan – Harry Chen – Season Change – 120L 200L
  • Click to enlarge image 16th place – Taiwan – Sung-Bin Chen – Colorful Forest – 120L 200L.jpg
    16th place – Taiwan – Sung-Bin Chen – Colorful Forest – 120L 200L
  • Click to enlarge image 17th place – China – Hong Xu – Embrace – 320L.jpg
    17th place – China – Hong Xu – Embrace – 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 18th place – Malaysia – Yeo Siak Wee – Home – 200L 320L.jpg
    18th place – Malaysia – Yeo Siak Wee – Home – 200L 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 19th place – Taiwan – Ray Lee – The Twin Peaks – 60L 120L.jpg
    19th place – Taiwan – Ray Lee – The Twin Peaks – 60L 120L
  • Click to enlarge image 20th place – United States – Zoltan Csanyi – Forbidden Woods – 120L 200L.jpg
    20th place – United States – Zoltan Csanyi – Forbidden Woods – 120L 200L
  • Click to enlarge image 21st place – Taiwan – Tsai-Li Hsu – Spring – 120L 200L.jpg
    21st place – Taiwan – Tsai-Li Hsu – Spring – 120L 200L
  • Click to enlarge image 22nd place – Brazil – Marcio Santana Sobrinho – Gunga's cliff – 28L 60L.jpg
    22nd place – Brazil – Marcio Santana Sobrinho – Gunga's cliff – 28L 60L
  • Click to enlarge image 23rd place – Hungary – Szili-Kis József – Green path – 120L 200L.jpg
    23rd place – Hungary – Szili-Kis József – Green path – 120L 200L
  • Click to enlarge image 24th place – Brazil – Leonardo Alves de Oliveira – Freedom Call – 120L 200L.jpg
    24th place – Brazil – Leonardo Alves de Oliveira – Freedom Call – 120L 200L
  • Click to enlarge image 25th place – Hungary – Gabor Vereb – Dutch World – 200L 320L.jpg
    25th place – Hungary – Gabor Vereb – Dutch World – 200L 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 26th place – China – Xue Wang – Coziness – 60L 120L.jpg
    26th place – China – Xue Wang – Coziness – 60L 120L
  • Click to enlarge image 27th place – Viet Nam – The Le van – Rock Valley – 320L.jpg
    27th place – Viet Nam – The Le van – Rock Valley – 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 28th place – Brazil – Juliano Pinto Cunha – Way Back Home – 320L.jpg
    28th place – Brazil – Juliano Pinto Cunha – Way Back Home – 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 29th place – Brazil – Carlos Souza – FRIENDS – 28L 60L.jpg
    29th place – Brazil – Carlos Souza – FRIENDS – 28L 60L
  • Click to enlarge image 30th place – Thailand – Eakthanut Isarathikul – River flow in Your – 28L 60L.jpg
    30th place – Thailand – Eakthanut Isarathikul – River flow in Your – 28L 60L
  • Click to enlarge image 31st place – Taiwan – Bo-Chun Change – A diamond in the Rough – 120L 200L.jpg
    31st place – Taiwan – Bo-Chun Change – A diamond in the Rough – 120L 200L
  • Click to enlarge image 32nd place – Brazil – Fabricio Rufino de Souza – Origens – 200L 320L.jpg
    32nd place – Brazil – Fabricio Rufino de Souza – Origens – 200L 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 33rd place – Taiwan – He-Cheng Lin – Forest – 320L.jpg
    33rd place – Taiwan – He-Cheng Lin – Forest – 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 34th place – United States – Michael G.W. Wong – Standing Tall – 320L.jpg
    34th place – United States – Michael G.W. Wong – Standing Tall – 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 35th place – Indonesia – Dody Percasso – JIMBARO – 120L 200L.jpg
    35th place – Indonesia – Dody Percasso – JIMBARO – 120L 200L
  • Click to enlarge image 36th place – Turkey – Emin KARAAHMETOGLU – The Deep In The Forest – 60L 120L.jpg
    36th place – Turkey – Emin KARAAHMETOGLU – The Deep In The Forest – 60L 120L
  • Click to enlarge image 37th place – China – Shu-Gang Jin – Mountain – 200L 320L.jpg
    37th place – China – Shu-Gang Jin – Mountain – 200L 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 38th place – Brazil – Andy Andrade – Treading horizons – 28L 60L.jpg
    38th place – Brazil – Andy Andrade – Treading horizons – 28L 60L
  • Click to enlarge image 39th place – Taiwan – Yen-Bin Chan – Autumn Red Valley – 200L 320L.jpg
    39th place – Taiwan – Yen-Bin Chan – Autumn Red Valley – 200L 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 40th place – Turkey – Fatih Gönül – Mysterious Forest Roads – 320L.jpg
    40th place – Turkey – Fatih Gönül – Mysterious Forest Roads – 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 41st place – Taiwan – Sung-Bin Chen – Jurassic Forest – 200L 320L.jpg
    41st place – Taiwan – Sung-Bin Chen – Jurassic Forest – 200L 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 42nd place – China – Jia-Hui Sun – Spring is in the Air – 60L 120L.jpg
    42nd place – China – Jia-Hui Sun – Spring is in the Air – 60L 120L
  • Click to enlarge image 43rd place – Brazil – Flavio Henard Jorge de Freitas – Inspiration in vitro – 200L 320L.jpg
    43rd place – Brazil – Flavio Henard Jorge de Freitas – Inspiration in vitro – 200L 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 44th place – China – Jin Liang – Ancient Trail – 320L.jpg
    44th place – China – Jin Liang – Ancient Trail – 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 45th place – Thailand – Nobphacha Yimyou – COLOURFUL JUNGLE – 200L 320L.jpg
    45th place – Thailand – Nobphacha Yimyou – COLOURFUL JUNGLE – 200L 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 46th place – Indonesia – Luky Ardiansyah – Sempel jungle – 200L 320L.jpg
    46th place – Indonesia – Luky Ardiansyah – Sempel jungle – 200L 320L
  • Click to enlarge image 47th place – Thailand – Eakthanut Isarathikul – i Scream – 28L 60L.jpg
    47th place – Thailand – Eakthanut Isarathikul – i Scream – 28L 60L
  • Click to enlarge image 48th place – Brazil – Andy Andrade – The River Between Mountains – 28L 60L.jpg
    48th place – Brazil – Andy Andrade – The River Between Mountains – 28L 60L
  • Click to enlarge image 49th place – Brazil – Sheila Araujo – Vale do Rio Doce – 28L 60L.jpg
    49th place – Brazil – Sheila Araujo – Vale do Rio Doce – 28L 60L
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  • [TheStoriesOfTop7] Hideaway - Long Tran Hoang / VietNam - IAPLC 2016

    The expression depicting an overhangling rack walll lis very powerful. The bold and wild composition helps express the water flowing from the rear right of the center to the left front, adding a sense of openness to the layout.
  • [TheStoriesOfTop7] The Forbidden Forest - Yoo Prayogi / Indonesia - IAPLC 2016

    The creator of this layout used fine driftwood pieces to express tree roots eroded by water. This expression is reminiscent of riverside or underwater of tropical rainforest waters. There were other layouts having similar design, however this work was remarkable with excellent expression of natural ambience.
  • [TheStoriesOfTop7] To my Friend in Heaven - Adriano Montoro Nicácio / Brazil - IAPLC 2016

    The composition of this layout is orthodox but the overall balance is excellent. The perspective is also very well expressed with stone and cosmetic sand. The arrangement of aquatic plants is appropriate. The perfection level of this aquascape is very high.
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  • [TheStoriesOfTop7] Over Time - Katsuki Tanaka / Japan - IAPLC 2016

    This is a novel and unconventional layout depicting a crack on the ground or a deep valley. It uses various species of aquatic plants, from mosses to stem plants, and its composition is very well formed. However, the light from underneath the tank may be 'excessive staging'.
  • [TheStoriesOfTop7] The Rest of the Dream - Junichi Itakura / Japan - IAPLC 2016

    The first Silver Prize winning work was highly rated for its high degree of perfection as a Nature Aquarium layout. Its stunning design embodied the ideal "aquascape" where aquatic plants and fish coexist in harmony.
  • [TheStoriesOfTop7] Dream - Wang Chao / China - IAPLC 2016

    This Gold Prize winning work is very meticulously created using many pieces of branch-like slim driftwood. The composition is highly novel and skillful. However, the rating varied by judges as it did not appear natural to some of them.
  • [TheStoriesOfTop7] Mighty Cave - Takayuki Fukada / Japan - IAPLC 2016

    Mr. Takayuki Fukada received the Grand Prize at IAPLC 2016. His layout was selected as Best Aquarium by three judges. Among the layouts reminiscent of a "spectacle" of eroded rocks which have been increasing these years, this layout reached a very high degree of perfection in terms of overall composition and the expression of natural feel in every detail. 
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  • [TheStoriesOfTop7] Mysterious World - Yong Liu / China - IAPLC 2015

    It's a very unique layout presenting a scene of driftwood branches entangling stones. The layout can be seen more like ancient remains left abandoned long ago and covered by plants than natural scenery.
  • [TheStoriesOfTop7] A Hunting Ground - Josh Sim / Malaysia - IAPLC 2015

    The water flow running through the left front side from the right far corner is well expressed. A sense of depth created by driftwood is overemphasized, but the layout's balanced composition helps it create a powerful overall impression.
  • [TheStoriesOfTop7] Metempsychosis - Yi Ye / China - IAPLC 2015

    The creator emphasizes the perspective by designing a dynamic driftwood arrangement. Despite a roughly finished foreground, it's saved by dramatic composition and overall impression of the layout.
  • [TheStoriesOfTop7] Deep Nature - Paulo Vitor Pacheco / Brazil - IAPLC 2015

    The layout shows distinguishing methods of stone andi driftwood arrangement and use of cosmetic sand. It brings to mind a carefully calculated painting. Every detail is created with care and attention.
  • [TheStoriesOfTop7] Follow in - Yufan Yang / China - IAPLC 2015

    Placing driftwood as if they are tree roots hugging the ground, the layout is smartly composed and gives a good sense of depth. It has a quite high level of maturity for this type of aquascape.
  • [TheStoriesOfTop7] Hidden Land - Bowen Fan / China - IAPLC 2015

    The creator skillfully decides positioning of large, thick driftwood combining with slender branches to present a dramatic composition. The planting arrangement looks very natural.
  • [TheStoriesOfTop7] Longing - Takayuki Fukada / Japan - IAPLC 2015

    This particular layout has received the most attention among this year's entries, as selected by four contest judges as their Best Aquarium. Acclaimed for its unique and attractive water scenery, its dynamic composition using distinctive driftwood creates a great sense of perspective. Through delicate planting and arrangement it exudes a nature-like atmosphere. Stunning details, such as vines growing over and around trees and the plants spreading over the surface of the rock, present the image of a mysterious forest. The creator's use of cosmetic sand skillfully creates a natural sense of perspective and his choice of fish artfully matches the scenery of the composition, which are truly showcasing the quality of the layout.