Continuing its commitment to support Habitat for Humanity’s efforts of providing homes to those in need, video game publisher Bethesda Softworks partnered with HYPEBEAST to create the #HelmetsforHabitat campaign — tapping a group of contemporary and street artists to customize helmets from the latest iteration of its award-winning Fallout gaming series, Fallout 76.
The initiative brings the iconic look of the game’s T-51 Power Armor helmets into the real world through an offering of over 76 ornate headpieces. Blending the realms of entertainment and art, a curated group of artists, including MADSTEEZ, AWGE and Low Bros, imbued their distinct aesthetics onto the collectibles. The one-of-a-kind pieces are up for auction now, with all proceeds benefitting the global nonprofit — furthering Bethesda’s commitment to donating a minimum of $100,000 USD to Habitat for Humanity.
For those lucky enough to be in New York City, from October 25 through November 14, Microsoft’s flagship 5th Avenue location will feature a special exhibit that showcases a rotating selection of helmets. For more information and to place bids, visit Paddle8’s website.