Don’t Worry Everyone: Kendall Jenner’s Vandalized Calvin Klein Billboard Has Been Restored

Kendall Jenner’s looming Calvin Klein SoHo, NY billboard is graffitied no longer. Just a couple days after the incident occurred by a tech-savvy graffiti artist and it’s already been replaced.

The 19-year-old’s six story tall billboard at the intersection of Houston St. and Lafayette St. was the victim of a red spray-painted scrawl via a hacked drone by a well-known tagger, vandal and graffiti artist named Katsu. 

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It was even captured on video, as we reported earlier this week.

The vandalized billboard didn’t last long, however. Jenner posted this photo of her new billboard to Instagram:

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About the stunt, Katsu told Wired: “It turned out surprisingly well. It’s exciting to see its first potential use as a device for vandalism,” he cheerfully added.

Indeed, the graffiti drone is quite an ingenious, albeit illegal, piece of equipment.