Once a month, we send out design highlights from around the web. This time, we've got some old anti-alcohol posters from the Soviet Union, a story about how King Camp Gillette revolutionized product pricing, and a nice writeup from Marvel on maintaining their style guide using Sketch.
We've also got 3 awesome articles from the UX Academy community, and some more posts from the Designlab blog for you to catch up on. Enjoy!
Anti-alcohol posters from the Soviet Union's 'dry law' campaign
"A new book features a collection of Soviet anti-alcohol posters produced during Mikhail Gorbachev's unsuccessful campaign of 1985-88 that sought to eradicate alcohol abuse in the country. Many of the graphics make use of visual metaphors: bottles and glasses are repeatedly depicted as trapping the drinker, or transforming into weapons to wreak havoc on individual's lives." (Mark Sinclair, Creative Review)