Small Town Weirdo and The Line LA Present…. Night of the Living Denim


OPENING NIGHT EVENTFRIDAY THE 13th 6-10pmTHE LINE LA HOTEL3515 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90010

See iconic horror scenes come to life on denim at this special art exhibit showcasing the work of Adam Bucci, creator and owner of Small Town Weirdo! This Halloween Fashion Experience will display wearable denim art created by Adam, featuring scenes from HALLOWEEN, I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER, SCREAM, THE EXORCIST, A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET, and more. Actors Jack Quaid (SCREAM 2022) and Matt Bomer (AMERICAN HORROR STORY) will also be loaning their custom jackets to the exhibit! 

Meet Adam at the Opening Night Event, which will include a viewing of the gallery, small bites, drinks, treats, and a wine tasting from Final Girl Wines. A Small Town Weirdo pop-up shop will also be on site so you can take a piece of horror art home with you.

The gallery and pop-up shop will be on display throughout the weekend, and you can see Adam paint more pieces live during viewing hours: Saturday, October 14 from 11am-6pm, and Sunday, October 15, from 11am-5pm. 

This one-of-a-kind horror-themed event is the perfect way to celebrate spooky season!

Event presented in partnership with The Line Hotel LA, Levi’s, and Jacquard Products. 

About the ArtistAdam Bucci is a Los Angeles based artist, actor, and producer. Small Town Weirdo was born out of the pandemic when everything in life was put on hold. He specializes in horror and pop culture inspired designs. Adam is best known for his hand painted designs on denim jackets that first appeared on some of the cast of SCREAM and his Final Girl Tee that Jamie Lee Curtis wore on the set of HALLOWEEN ENDS.Kevin Williamson, Matt Bomer, Jack Quaid, Judy Greer, Karen Gillan, Melissa Barrera, Jasmin Savoy Brown and Harvey Guillen are just some of his wonderful customers over the last couple years that have supported his endeavor and helped bring more attention to the brand. Created with his husband, Adam Huss, Small Town Weirdo has been making a splash in the horror community — but it is not just a horror brand.  It celebrates the underdog, the super hero, the final girls and boys. “Weirdo” embraces one’s quirkiness, creativity and one’s otherness. 

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