Disney Infinity’s Community is crafty, resourceful and terribly talented… all of which is extremely evident when you start to look at how players display their figures.
From hand crafted shelving units to gorgeously detailed individual figure displays, the wandering imaginations of the community come to life in all sorts of incredible ways.
Check out some of the wild and wonderful displays below!
Twitter Users Share Their Shelves
What prompted this post, an idea we’ve had for ages that we’ve been collecting images for, was a post today of a great wall display full of framed shadow boxed displays. The clever idea to put a primitive home decor spin on displaying figures set us off on writing this fun article sharing all the other great ideas!
— AVeryMerryUnboxing (@ilovecarejosha1) January 18, 2016
— Jeremy A (@Xaos1313) September 8, 2014
— Riley (@Riley_Rudd) August 23, 2015
Corey Morehead’s Bright & Colorful Infinity Displays
The only evidence we can find of these displays comes from a post on Imgur where Corey linked his Linkedin profile. These displays are fantastic, full of color and lots of detail.
Raynaldo Perez’s Custom Infinity Portals
You might have seen his figures in our customs galleries but Raynaldo (find him here on Twitter) raises the bar by making fully functional custom Infinity Portals! Check it out:
PumpkinKing27 Disney Infinity Displays
Check out the incredibly creative PumpkinKing27’s awesome custom displays. He takes figure displaying to a whole new level! (You can find him on Instagram Here!)
Nathan Hollrith’s Linkable Display Bases
You can visit Nathan’s Behance page here, where he highlights the design process behind these BEAUTIFUL display stands.
ArcaneFire’s Creative Figure Displays
From simple cardboard to glowing upgrades of existing displays, ArcaneFire (from DisneyInfinityFans.com) has put together some creative and unique figure displays.
Other Great Display Ideas From Around The Web
One of the bigger downsides to social media of course is the ability to share images without crediting the owner. So while we’ve poked around the web in the past gathering images for these galleries, we’d occasionally find some creative display ideas but weren’t able to tag an owner.
Still, they are worth showing off! If you are the owner or creator of any of the displays below… let us know in the comments!
From customizing individual squares of a large shelving unit, to stacking disney books into platforms or using the perfectly sized rings of a candle’s votive holder… these ideas all rock!
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