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The careful selection of artists responsible for CRASH's visual identity has always been a priority for us. This time, this choice gains even more relevance due to the anniversary: celebrating 15 editions of a genre film festival is a notable achievement. Therefore, we are immensely proud to present the newest CRASH Artist: Amanda Miranda. And look what an incredible gift she gave us. Amanda Miranda (1995) is a graphic artist, art director and comic book author. She uses striking colors to explore complex and intriguing themes. Violence, gender issues and body horror are some of the recurring themes in his works. For her journalistic contributions, Amanda was a finalist for the Vladimir Herzog Journalistic Award for Amnesty and Human Rights in the Art category in 2020. The following year, she was highlighted in the Art and Architecture category on the 2021 Forbes 30 Under 30 list. As a freelancer, Amanda has collaborated with renowned clients, including Adobe, NETFLIX, MUBI, Pulitzer Center, The Intercept Brasil, Jornal O Globo, UOL and Agência Pública. With an unmistakable style, she has created covers and illustrations for books in the national publishing market, working with important publishers such as Companhia das Letras, Intrínseca, Ática, Editorial Planeta and Antofágica. Additionally, Amanda has contributed advertising pieces, album and single covers, prints and patterns to the fashion industry. A prominent figure in the contemporary Brazilian comics scene, Amanda has published works such as "A Urna" (by Monstra), "Juízo" (in an independent edition) and "Aparição" (by Ugra). His most recent work in this field includes participation in the landmark anthology "Braba", released in the United States by the prestigious publisher Fantagraphics Books – and published in Brazil by Mino. The 15th CRASH International Fantastic Film Festival is coming. Until then, marvel at Amanda Miranda's magnificent art.

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