Doomscrolling is the activity of mindlessly sifting through negative news cycles. It is a media anxiety in times of real-world shattering events. The catastrophic and the tragic is endlessly reported next to the upbeat and the endearing, requiring an equally large emotional bandwidth. The visual information here is overloading, variably intensifying, moving at different speeds around our visual axis. The superimposed “X” sign mimics a real-world window shattering prevention in war-affected areas, often done in brown postal tape.