It has now introduced a line of versatile general-purpose stands, which it calls Vario, that can be used to display just about anything.
We've been sent a few samples to show you what's possible....
Lee at Wicked Brick explains the reasoning behind them: "We created our new Vario display series with the aim of offering a single display stand that is both compatible with a vast range of LEGO sets, and at the same time offers an aesthetically pleasing and subtle design, ensuring the LEGO remains the main focus of the display.
"Using LEGO's own ethos, Vario stands offer the customer a choice of 96 different combinations of base plate, stem and top plate (and still growing) meaning there is no limitation to the LEGO that can be displayed with our products.
"Vario display stands have already been used by our customers for sets such as LEGO: Star Wars, Technic, City and more, they are even proving to be an ideal solution for MOC's."
They are available with clear or black bases, in four different heights, with different sized fixing plates and with stands upon which the plate mounts either at an angle or horizontally.
They are produced from 5mm acrylic and are extremely well made: no sharp edges, scratches or anything like that. They come in three parts that push fit together and stay together securely. The base and stand have subtle engraving on them.
This is the short stand with angled top, with a 4x4 fixing plate, complete with 4 LEGO 1x1 transparent round plates. This configuration costs £4.49 / US$5.79.
It's ideal for small flying things...
... and small vehicles.
X-Wings always look better in flight mode so these stands are ideal for them. Here's one on a tall stand with horizontal mounting plate.
Here it's on a taller stand with a 4x6 plate mounted at an angle and attached to the stand diagonally. Wicked Brick calls this 'dynamic'. It certainly brings out the best in the X-Wing.
It's not only spacecraft that benefit from being displayed off the ground: dragons look great posed in a flying position too.
Generally, the taller stands are better suited to models that fly. A Creator Expert car could be mounted securely on the 6x6 plate but I'm not sure why you'd want to display a car flying -- other than the DeLorean of course!
I think they are fantastic: well made, great looking and very suitable for displaying models so they look their best.
The components are all interchangeable so if you buy a few with different heights, plate sizes and angles, you can mix-and-match them as your display requirements change. Perhaps Wicked Brick might consider making a mixed pack containing a variety of components to cater for those who are not quite sure what they want.
Given their quality, I'm actually rather surprised by how cheap they are. The smallest one, with clear base, costs just £3.99 / US$5.14. Swapping for a black base adds 50p. The tallest with black base is just £8.99.
They are available for purchase at the Wicked Brick website. There's currently free UK delivery on orders over £50, and orders can also be shipped anywhere in the world.
Thanks to Wicked Brick for providing us with samples to review. All opinions expressed are my own.