Friends all over the world. I'm planning on displaying models on a local museum, at the local airport, and the local "mobile planetarium". The museum houses Concorde parts (http://www.concordejuarez.com/) and has plastic models. The airport went through a renovation and the local plastic modeler's club had to take out their models, but I will have a chat with the airport managers to see if they can allow to display paper models. And the mobile planetarium (http://www.polarisplanetario.com/index.html) is a new service for local schools to educate about Astronomy and Aeronautics. The director of this project is my friend, so no problems on displaying models here, or taking them from school to school. Plastic models are common in museums, etc. And at least in this part of the world, paper models are not that common. So how you boys and girls display your models in public? Where do you display them? Any copyright concerns? (I know there's a thread for this matter, but I'm talking about public display here). What you went through to display them? What special display options you've got for your models? (Cases, stands, bookshelfs). Has anyone of you have pictures of your models in a museum / airport web page? What about at home? Any problems finding a good spot on the hall, or they just lay in dusty boxes? I don't want to think that you build a model, and them throw them away. Many hours - not to mention money - spent on your baby... :? To put it simple... what do you do with your models?? Thank you.