New York Doughnut Map: All-You-Can-Eat Press

Curator: Scott Stowell
date: October 16, 2012
Categories: Information Design
Tags: All You Can Eat Press, Design for People, doughnuts, history, information design, New York City, New York Doughnut Map, surprise

At Open, we like a good doughnut. (Who doesn’t, really?) But what we appreciate more than a delicious piece of fried dough is information design that people can actually use, experience and enjoy. So when our managing editor Jason told me about the New York Doughnut Map that his roommate had left on the kitchen table, I knew we had to tell people about it.

This first publication from All-You-Can-Eat Press engages its readers in more ways than one, with a brief history of its beloved subject to go along with 35 shops to try in New York City (though we’d recommend not all at once). And since most of the places listed are independent local businesses, the map can help you improve the economy as you destroy your health. 

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