This eye catching colorful image been around for a few years. It's handy to post on social media or websites focusing on humanism, or in answer to questions someone might have about what it means to be a humanist. It's easily printed on a full size sheet of paper for reference at home, office, or for gatherings discussing humanism.
I personally am not a huge fan of calling them the "ten commitments" as they seem a little like "ten commandments" and I don't like being told what to do. But, I see the value in the graphic as being a more positive alternative to the religious commandments of "Thou shalt not..."
It's more colorful than the cards I tend to hand out to people who ask me about humanism: