The Fallout® series exists in a post-apocalyptic alternate timeline that diverged from the real-world timeline after World War II. Much like the real-world would be in a post-nuclear environment, the land is barren and the pre-existing structure of life before that time are delipidated and decaying. While playing Fallout®, the decay and wear on the environment, mixed with tattered cities, mutilated art and discarded materials is so intricate and detailed that it becomes oddly beautiful. It is clear to every player or onlooker that the game creators put thought and time into creating not only an intriguing story, but a fully immersive environment.
The Atomic Atlas Statue is seen in Fallout 4® as a depiction of the real-world Greek god Atlas holding the celestial axis on his shoulder, only in this universe where technology and fuel resources control the power, Atlas is shown wearing power armor. This is a perfect example of the ingenuity and cleverness behind building this alternate reality.
The PVC statue stands approx. 38 cm tall.