Size: Approximately 5 x 5 x 9.5” 3D printed ghost handle by zou3d
Painted and studded by hand
***I promise doom boxes aren’t meant for anything threatening. It’s common for people with ADHD to throw random things in boxes and bags to get them out of the way instead of putting them where they are supposed to go. Glasses cleaning cloth? In the doom box. Bottle of Tylenol? Doom box. Pliers you used for that one project 6 weeks ago? Doom box. Random Jolly Rancher? Doom box. Nail polish? Doom box. DOOM stands for Didn’t Organize, Only Moved. I didn’t say it was a great habit, but if you’re gonna have a doom box, at least you can have a pretty one.
Kim Justice is the artist behind Paradox Art & Design as well as the founder of Paradox Artist Collective. There is no beginning to Kim’s art career, as she has held this passion for life, experimenting and excelling in 2D, 3D, and even human mediums. Inspired by the work of artists such as James Jean and Laura Rubin, she tried her hand at digital painting in 2018 and fell in love with the endless possibilities it has to offer. She takes her iPad with her wherever she goes and seizes every opportunity to dive into her own intricate world of curiosities. Follow her on Instagram @paradoxartanddesign.