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The Evolution of the Doughnut

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We all love doughnuts and that's a fact. And one Canadian digital agency loves them so much that they have created this brilliant visual evolution of their favourite restaurant's doughnut offerings.

Designed by digital agency Pilot Interactive, the website lotsofdonuts.com does exactly what it says on the tin, charting the history of Tim Horton's doughy goods from 1964, when the store opened, all the way through to the present day.

Check it out below, and click the image to zoom in on a hi-res version.

(Images: Pilot Interactive)

[via Design Taxi]

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