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Xbox Is Auctioning Off A Very Special Custom Xbox Series S For NAIDOC Week

Designed by the brilliant Rubii Red!

Xbox’s Australia/New Zealand arm has unveiled a gorgeous, custom Xbox Series S console created in celebration of NAIDOC (National Aboriginals and Islanders Day Observance Committee) Week, which it will be auctioning off in support of a great cause.

The custom console’s fantastic design was created and hand painted by the always-brilliant First Nations artist @lifeofrubii, who’s had her works featured in Xbox collaborations in the past, and even has her art adorning a whole bloody tram as part of RISING Melbourne, and inspired by this year’s NAIDOC Week theme of “For Our Elders.”

The custom Xbox Series S console will be auctioned through Rubii’s page, and donations will be going to ID Know Yourself, a not-for-profit organisation that offers mentoring and support for Aboriginal children in out-of-home care. You’ll be able to go and see the console in person at the Microsoft Experience Centre in Westfield Sydney all throughout NAIDOC Week.

Make sure to head over to Rubii Red’s Twitter page to see more photos of the console and keep up-to-date with her future projects.