Bethesda, Microsoft, Hypebeat and a bunch of super talented artists have joined forces to create #HelmetsForHabitat.
This initiative sees artists from around the world put their signature style onto Fallout’s T51 power armour helmet which will then be auctioned. The proceeds from the auction will be donated to Habitat for Humanity.
The full list of helmets and their current prices can be viewed on Paddle8.
At the time of writing, the Fallout 76 helmet painted by Jackknife is the highest priced with a bid of $3,250 USD.
Fallout 76 Helmets
The helmets are currently on display at the Flagship Microsoft Store in New York City and will be viewable until November 14 at which time they’ll be auctioned.
Habitat for Humanity is ” a global nonprofit working in local communities across all 50 states in the U.S. and in more than 70 countries, to advance the vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live.”
According to Bethesda,
Bethesda’s previous initiatives with Habitat for Humanity include donating proceeds from sale of the “Take Me Home Country Roads” cover as heard in the official Fallout 76 announcement trailer, in addition to donating sales from the traveling Mement-o-Matic coin pressing machine. Bethesda is committed to donating a minimum of $100,000 to Habitat for Humanity over the course of these charitable initiatives.
A full list of the artists and their locations is below.
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Aussie Artists making Fallout 76 Helmets
Three Aussie artists are also taking part in the Fallout 76 Helmets project; Lauren Winzer, Mulga & Sam Green Media.
Check out the videos of each below talking about their inspiration and design process.