November 29, 2020
From The Commoner
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‘Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.’

Thanks for your wisdom Leo Tolstoy, but we have decided to do both. The Commoner has had a rebrand. That means a new logo, a new banner, and a new website. Instead of our old Guardian-esque ‘C’ logo, we now have this beautiful tree design courtesy of Rose(marie) Sutanto:

We think it does a great job of representing the connection with the natural and with the traditional commons that our name suggests. Meanwhile, our banner, courtesy of the same fantastic artist, communicates our commitment to human liberation:

Beautiful, right? The website too has seen a change in design, as you can already see. We think the new one is clearer not only to navigate but to read, and has a nice ‘Archive’ for our readers to look back at older posts. We now also have a functioning search bar. Our Twitter, Patreon and emails have now also been rebranded to fit the new style (which we hope you love).

As always, if you are happy with the way things are going with The Commoner, and want to see us progress, please consider supporting us on Patreon.

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Source: Thecommoner.org.uk