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Kendall Jenner And Gigi Hadid Are Latest Victims Of Photoshop With No Knees On W Mag Cover

Where are their knees?

Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid are W magazine's 10th anniversary art issue cover stars, and we have to say, seeing the supermodels as "Humanoids" is undeniably strange.

But what's more bizarre than the two besties looking like "Placebo Pets"? Their knees on the front cover.

Wearing identical Louis Vuitton dresses while camping in what seems like another dimension where chickens roam free, Jenner and Hadid seem to be the latest victims of Photoshop sporting what many are calling rubbery-looking "Barbie legs."

A photo posted by W magazine (@wmag) on

Looking virtually unrecognizable, KenGi join forces for the Jason Kibbler-shot spread which sees the pair digitally altered to have large noses and animal-like features.

Artists Lizzie Fitch and Ryan Trecartin are the talents behind the surrealism images which are inspired by four iconic art pieces, including works by Yves Klein and Yoko Ono.

"Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid appear as super friendly, domesticated humanoid pets," explains Trecartin.

So is the dynamic duo meant to be knee-less or is this a complete fail? Watch the video to above and decide for yourself!

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