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Hello! I'm Cai Sepulis, I'm an artist living outside Toronto, Canada. I muse, draw and create.
Periodicai is my documentation blog – daily sketches, architectural design, philosophic thought, DIY on-goings, silkscreening and illustrations – ideas that may not relate to my everyday work in advertising and branding. I love scheming ideas & problem solving.
For my portfolio of commercial work, visit: caisepulis.com.

Some branding work for a client. Hand-drawing turned into stamp. Looks amazing.

Some branding work for a client. Hand-drawing turned into stamp. Looks amazing.

Some snazzy silkscreened onesies for my nephew.

Some snazzy silkscreened onesies for my nephew.

Made some of these snazzy pencil case /make up bags out of the silkscreens designs I have kicking around.

Found an old X-ray box for cheap while doing some thrift shopping. Currently filled with some acetates from silk screening to make a wicked kitchen wall light.

Found an old X-ray box for cheap while doing some thrift shopping. Currently filled with some acetates from silk screening to make a wicked kitchen wall light.

This isn’t my own DIY but how amazing is this cake that cake artist Emily Heck made for my birthday based on my own art!

This isn’t my own DIY but how amazing is this cake that cake artist Emily Heck made for my birthday based on my own art!

Winter window plants; kitchen step stool as plant holder.

Winter window plants; kitchen step stool as plant holder.

I had an old broken sled in the basement collecting dust while I figured out what to do with it. Simple and useful: Vintage sled turned into magazine rack and wooden bin. #upcycle #diy

Some DIY from the weekend: Freestanding closet on wheels.

Some DIY from the weekend: Freestanding closet on wheels.

Illustration I did for the newly moved Hillside Festival.

Illustration I did for the newly moved Hillside Festival.

These turned out great. Mounted and installed some of my prints in the student lounge of the hospital thanks to the Foundation of the Guelph General.

These turned out great. Mounted and installed some of my prints in the student lounge of the hospital thanks to the Foundation of the Guelph General.

Went on a lovely walk in the woods, built a wreath for my front door along the way.

Went on a lovely walk in the woods, built a wreath for my front door along the way.

I was in Elora this evening to see my original piece I illustrated for the Elora Tarot Card Project (three of wands) hanging at the opening. It was really incredible to see all the pieces together and know how much care and effort that the organizer, Shelley Carter, put into the project.

I was in Elora this evening to see my original piece I illustrated for the Elora Tarot Card Project (three of wands) hanging at the opening. It was really incredible to see all the pieces together and know how much care and effort that the organizer, Shelley Carter, put into the project.