I'm starting to find a new passion in the hobby: how folks actually display their props and toys. For years I think my own collection suffered from the "Ikea Effect": too much cool stuff crammed into Detolfs and Billys - so much that what you're looking is a collection that gets lost in itself - and it starts looking a little cluttered and junky. I'm not knocking it - for most of us with limited space and budget it's still is the best "bang for our buck" - but there are some collections on display here (and the net) that really, really impress - that are about not just what's on display, but how they are displayed. Anyway, I'm starting to ramble, but I've got a small collection of pics featuring some collections and shelving ideas I really like and wanted to share them here. What I'm looking for are more pics along the lines of what's posted below - if you come across any, love to see 'em posted to this thread and shared with the group...
The Hot Toys Toy Hunters store in Hong Kong:
The Sci-Fi Museum in Seattle:
And just for fun, the collection of Honk Kong actor Louis Koo: