On Wednesday morning, the giant ad featuring the 19-year-old supermodel was vandalized by KATSU, a well-known graffiti artist and vandal. The street artist took credit for the red paint now scribbled on Kendall's face, explaining to Wired that he used a hacked Phantom drone.
"It turned out surprisingly well," KATSU told Wired "cheerfully." "It's exciting to see its first potential use as a device for vandalism."
KATSU even documented the drone vandalizing the billboard, posting a video on YouTube.
KATSU, who's most famous for vandalizing the outside of the L.A. MOCA in April 2011, said the entire process took less than a minute, but was "very tense."
But one person we’re sure is not so amused by the stunt?
Kendall herself, who told ET earlier this month that the billboard -- which is about six stories tall and is located prominently at the busy intersection of Houston St and Lafayette St. in NYC -- has always been her "dream."
"I just drove past the billboard last night," she told ET. "It's really surreal, because it's always been my dream to be on something that big."