Kendall Jenner's Calvin Klein Jeans campaign has been one of the most hotly anticipated campaigns of the season, but not everyone's happy with how it turned out.
Earlier this week, Kendall gushed to V magazine about how excited she was for the first of the CK billboards to be unveiled in Los Angeles. "This will be my first billboard on Sunset, which I'm ecstatic about," she said of the six story poster.
"It's really humbling, and honestly, I am a pretty shy person but being part of the Calvin campaign and seeing myself up there will be a dream come true."
We doubt Kendall's too happy today though, with the news that the New York CK billboard, which is one of the biggest of the whole campaign, has been needlessly vandalised. Huge splatters of red paint were seen on the board today, after well-known graffitti artist Katsu used a flying drone with a spray can attached to splatter paint across the image.
"It turned out surprisingly well," a proud Katsu said of the destroyed billboard. "It's exciting to see [the drone's] potential use as a device for vandalism."
Kendall herself has yet to speak out about the vandalism, though she did post a picture of the billboard itself last week, before the damage:
We're all for getting creative with street art, but we reckon Katsu could have taken his drone elsewhere.