NEW YORK (CBS SF) – Drones are not just for creating amazing time lapses or stalking the Golden Gate Bridge anymore.

A well known graffiti artist has apparently rigged up a quad copter and put it to work defacing massive billboards in New York City.

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The first taggings were spotted Wednesday morning on East Houston Street. A short time later, showing the defacing of the three story Calvin Klein ad and claiming it is the work of the artist KATSU.

KATSU had previously demonstrated how to attach a spray can to a quad copter, as reported last year by Wired Magazine. Here’s the demonstration:

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The first time it was used in public came out looking like this:

The vandal is associated with a number of other high-visibility acts of vandalism chronicled online, including video one titled “The Future of Vandalism.”

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His previous targets have also included members of the Silicon Valley tech elite, including Mark Zuckerberg.