Art last month Share Tweet Pin Share 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.