Alex Andon, the founder of Jellyfish Art, launched a new project called Desktop Jellyfish Tank. He sought funding for his new product on Kickstarter. He was seeking $3,000, but ended up making $52,880. His goal was to allow anyone to be able to have their own pet jellyfish. Kickstarter donors can pre-order the first tanks to get produced. Jellyfish can’t go into a regular fish tank because they get sucked into filtration intakes and liquefied. Andon started Jellyfish Art in his cousin’s garage. Jellyfish Art is based in San Francisco.