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school governor for four years and Head of Languages for 20 years at Dartmouth Community College, now Dartmouth Academy), joined the business full time, the merchandising side of the business built up rapidly – it is now on 42 products and growing… Embroidered clothing is obviously contracted out but Paul still personally illustrates his signature yacht lampshade and wrapping paper. The clothing side has proved popular and both Paul and Marianne ‘dress the brand’. The signature Yacht logo has developed over the years, adding a bit of colour (red) and the # 8 – the luckiest number in Chinese culture. That development was down to Marianne’s influence. Paul is also aware that his


artistic influence via his ‘official’ logos for the Newcomen Engine House and Mayflower 400 will live long after he hangs up his pens and ink (see here). Paul is clear that the studio’s


proximity to Café Alf Resco and the lower ferry have been important for visitors’ footfall. But the international brand awareness has developed through word of mouth and on line sales (30% of the trade) have grown consistently. Paul’s wife Marianne is French (Paul’s grasp of French needs a bit of work!) and they are regular visitors to France, especially to the south of France. This has allowed Paul to develop another ‘geographical string to his bow’, such that, his artistic style is increasingly recognisable now in St Tropez. He was particularly honoured when the Port de Saint-Tropez Capitainerie asked him to illustrate their new building for their grand opening in 2017. The original has pride of place in the building welcoming clients to their very prestigious VIP lounge.


Distinctly Dartmouth The new Distinctly Dartmouth bottle for a craft gin. At this early stage, orders look strong for a new Dartmouth drinks product by Laurance Traverso with whom Paul has worked closely on the all important branding of the label.


It’s almost certain that we will one day lose Paul


to St Tropez. It may not be a permanent loss but it’s another chapter in his life that Paul and Marianne are keen to explore. As he explains, exaggerated partly for effect – “six months of winter and six months of rain… and traffic wardens… eventually loses its appeal!” With such a portable brand and a growing international reputation, it will likely prove a successful move. The success of the Paul Barclay brand has obviously been due to how creatively he’s been able to exploit his style to maximum effect but it’s also been in large part down to nothing but hard graft – “I live, breathe, dream and work the brand 24/7” he says. “Every day is different, every commission is something new. I enjoy it greatly and look forward to doing it for many years to come.”


Superyacht ‘Palma’ on the drawing board


Presentation to Port de Saint-Tropez Capitainerie


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