Technically possible? Yes.
However, Baseline Requirements for Code-Signing certificates state that:
Prior to issuing a Code Signing Certificate to an Organizational Applicant, the Issuer MUST:
2. Verify the Subject’s legal identity, including any DBA proposed for inclusion in a Certificate,
in accordance with Section 11.1.1 and 11.1.2 of this document,
3. Verify the Subject’s address in accordance with Section 11.1.1 of this document,
Prior to issuing a Code Signing Certificate to an Individual Applicant, the CA MUST:
2. Verify the Subject’s identity using a government photo ID under Section 11.2.1 of this document, and
3. Verify the authenticity of the government photo ID under Section 11.2.2 of this document.
tl;dr: CAs aren’t allowed to issue a domain-validated certificate for the purpose of code signing.