“Art is how we decorate space; music is how we decorate time.”

We are proud to announce that, for helping you to better “immerse” in the art experience, now the @fannibalgallery has a music player.

Do you know a song that it’s perfect for this series? Or that describes perfectly a NBC Hannibal character? You can suggest it! And suggestions are always open ;) If the song is approved (we’ll probably do a poll on twitter for every suggested song!) it will become part of the fannibalgallery playlist!

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Reminder that you can always submit art (both giving us the link of an already existing piece on tumblr or uploading one!) that is related to Hannibal, and not only NBC, but also from books and movies!

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Reblog this post and help us reaching the further angles of the fandom and composing the best collection ever!

  • Looks like a cinnamon roll but could actually kill you:Abigail Hobbs
  • Looks like could kill you but is actually a cinnamon roll:Jack Crawford
  • Looks like a cinnamon roll and is actually a cinnamon roll:Will Graham
  • Looks like could kill you and can actually kill you:Alana Bloom, Bedelia du Maurier, Margot Verger
  • Can kill you with cinnamon rolls made of people:Hannibal Lecter

Instead of tv shows killing off queer women, why not have them exit alive and well in the most badass, majestic and fashionable way possible?

Also worth pointing out that in the books, Alana is a straight man who only just barely cameos in Red Dragon and Margot, whilst still one of the most interesting characters, is the epitome of the ignorant stereotypical portrayal of a lesbian woman.

In the show, Alana was gender-swapped and depicted as bisexual, having been in relationships with both men AND women which was done in a way that promoted sexual fluidity. Margot was written in a non-homophobic way and actually integrated well into the story, unlike the movie which cut her out completely.

Also they had an extremely beautifully and sophisticatedly filmed sex scene which wasn’t needlessly sexualised.