Doughnut City, USA: Portland Doughnut Tasting Map
Doughnut City, USA
Portland's official nickname is "The Rose City," but with more than 40 of the world's most iconic doughnut shops calling Portland home, I think we may need to consider a slightly more mouthwatering moniker.
My new doughnut map celebrates Portland's plethora of pastry providers, pinpointing the location of 43 shops within 20 miles of city center using individually- numbered pink, white and chocolate sprinkles.
The poster includes well-known destinations like Voodoo Doughnuts, Blue Star Donuts and Pip's Original, as well as hometown favorites Rocking Frog Cafe, NOLA and Delicious Doughnuts. Use the map as you explore Portland, and hang it on the wall as a memento once you've sampled some of the Doughnut City's delicacies.
A hand-printed, three-color silkscreen, it makes a unique and one-of-a-kind gift for the doughnut lover in your life.
The only way to include so many bakeries was to make this poster big. It's 16 inches wide (41 cm) and 20 inches tall (51 cm), which fits neatly inside a standard 16x20 poster frame.
No Frame? No Problem
My doughnut map ships in a hand-printed, laser-cut, woodgrain-pattern cardboard frame. More adjectives have rarely been used on a pastry print protector!
American-made French (brand) Paper
The pastry poster is printed on French brand paper, made in Niles, Michigan with 100% hydroelectric power. If you're as much a paper nerd as you are a doughnut devotee, you'll also want to know that it's 65# Pop-Tone cover in sweet Cotton Candy. The poster was designed, tested and printed by hand in sunny Portland, Oregon with water-based inks.