Posts by: Tyler Vendetti

they say each one is individual.

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We hope your 4th looks like this.

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Ignorance is bliss?

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Fashion designers are taking the first steps towards making invisibility a reality…literally. “The Invisible Shoe,” created by Brazilian fashion designer Andreia Chaves…

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First, Justin Timberlake brought sexy back. Now, he’s tackling…soul?

After a 6-year hiatus, JT released a new single Sunday night, one which can only be described as the godchild of soul-R&B and swag. Entitled “Suit & Tie,” the song marks his re-entrance into the entertainment industry and presents an interesting preview into Timberlake’s future in music. The song’s a bump-and-grind type opening lulls listeners into the almost, dare I say it, groovy verse that follows, one which embodies the emotion of a sassy Aretha Franklin.

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My night lights definitely didn’t look like this.

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Water you talking about? This is art.

 

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Where do I get one?

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If one picture says a thousand words, how many does this say?

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This manikin is certainly dressed to impress.

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Remember that tuna salad picture that you uploaded to Instagram during lunch last week? Wouldn’t you want that printed, framed and hung on your dining room wall so you can show it off to all your friends in the near future?

Unfortunately, I can’t help you with that. Printer ink is pretty expensive and I already spent my money on a new set of Furbies for my inner child. Luckily, there is another option.

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Let there be light!

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I have a dream, a dream that one day, I will be able to travel to an exotic location and spend the rest of my days shopping to my heart’s desire without paying a single dime.

Louis Vuitton offers just that, besides the last part of course (I’m still on the hunt for a working money tree).

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Picture this: You’re sitting at your local sports bar on a Wednesday night listening to the deadbeat at the end of the bar complain about corporate America and his wife’s cooking for the 3rd straight hour. The sound of clashing pool balls circulates the room as the sports commentator droning from the nearby television announces that yes, Tom Brady missed his target yet again and the bartender shoots you another glare for reasons that you still don’t understand. It’s dark. It’s dank. It’s downright miserable.

But it doesn’t have to be this way. Not if you live around Cambridge, at least.

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We’re gonna need a bigger book.

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