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studio for 12 years – previously he was above Alf’s for 4 years. Ten years ago, Paul’s main focus was on his illustrations of local buildings and customers’ yachts as well as much sign writing around the town. He was, however, just starting to develop the brand onto other merchandise. His illustrations and trademark signature were instantly recognisable and his connection with Dartmouth was obvious to all. Residents and visitors alike were either commissioning their own drawings or getting Paul personally to sign his standard artwork so that they would be reminded of their time in Dartmouth Commissions to draw customers’ yachts


through the BRNC has also spurred commissions to draw not just Royal Navy ships but also ships of overseas navies. Countless warships, submarines etc have since been given the Paul Barclay® touch. It’s not unusual for personalised signed prints then to be given to every crew member. 180 such signed prints have recently been ordered for the crew of HMS Torbay. It is no surprise that Paul was recently


“I live, breathe,


were beginning to grow fast ten years ago as word of mouth spread not just in Dartmouth but along the south coast and quickly overseas, especially amongst the Sunseeker and superyacht fraternity based mainly out of the south of France. This latter work has grown rapidly ever since with Paul having secured hundreds of such commissions almost entirely via word of mouth. Dartmouth’s close connection with the Royal Navy


dream and work the


brand 24/7”


asked to draw the entire fleet of Brittany Ferries. Paul’s illustrations will soon be available for sale on board the ships as well as on other, specially commissioned, merchandise like he did for Crew Clothing nationwide. Requests to draw the PB ‘yacht’ on


customers’ clothing led Paul to experiment with embroidering his brand on 20 white Swedish yachting jackets bought specially


for the purpose. Such has been their popularity, especially amongst visitors and second homeowners, that this branding experiment soon expanded onto a wide range of clothing and merchandise, the latter mostly orientated to home furnishings e.g. cushions, lampshades etc. When Paul’s wife, Marianne (who was a


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