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'''Eric Medalle''' (1973 — March 13, 2016<ref>[http://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/weather/high-winds-knocking-out-power-throughout-the-seattle-area/ Man killed, toddler survives after falling tree crushes car in Seward Park - The Seattle Times]</ref>) was the Creative Design Director at [[The Pokémon Company International]] and an illustrator for the [[Pokémon Trading Figure Game|TFG]] of Pokémon. He joined TPCi in 2003 as a Senior Graphic Designer. He has designed or co-designed almost every international TCG logo since Nintendo took control of card production.<!--I believe every, at least co-designed. I cannot find logo credits for EX Ruby & Sapphire, though.--> Medalle was also responsible for designing the logos for [[Pokémon Dream Radar]] and the {{series2|Best Wishes}} and {{series|XY}}, including the movies. A dedication to him appears in the credits of the 19th movie, ''[[M19|Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel]]''. There also appears to be a reference made to his two daughters in ''[[Pokémon Sun]]'' and ''[[Pokémon Moon]]'', where two Preschoolers on Route 5 are named Isa and Nico. <!-- Public obituary confirms his daughters' names to be Isa and Nico.-->
 
'''Eric Medalle''' (1973 — March 13, 2016<ref>[http://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/weather/high-winds-knocking-out-power-throughout-the-seattle-area/ Man killed, toddler survives after falling tree crushes car in Seward Park - The Seattle Times]</ref>) was the Creative Design Director at [[The Pokémon Company International]] and an illustrator for the [[Pokémon Trading Figure Game|TFG]] of Pokémon. He joined TPCi in 2003 as a Senior Graphic Designer. He has designed or co-designed almost every international TCG logo since Nintendo took control of card production.<!--I believe every, at least co-designed. I cannot find logo credits for EX Ruby & Sapphire, though.--> Medalle was also responsible for designing the logos for [[Pokémon Dream Radar]] and the {{series2|Best Wishes}} and {{series|XY}}, including the movies. A dedication to him appears in the credits of the 19th movie, ''[[M19|Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel]]''. There also appears to be a reference made to his two daughters in ''[[Pokémon Sun]]'' and ''[[Pokémon Moon]]'', where two Preschoolers on Route 5 are named Isa and Nico. <!-- Public obituary confirms his daughters' names to be Isa and Nico.-->
   

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Eric Medalle and his wife

Eric Medalle (1973 — March 13, 2016[1]) was the Creative Design Director at The Pokémon Company International and an illustrator for the TFG of Pokémon. He joined TPCi in 2003 as a Senior Graphic Designer. He has designed or co-designed almost every international TCG logo since Nintendo took control of card production. Medalle was also responsible for designing the logos for Pokémon Dream Radar and the Best Wishes and XY series, including the movies. A dedication to him appears in the credits of the 19th movie, Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel. There also appears to be a reference made to his two daughters in Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, where two Preschoolers on Route 5 are named Isa and Nico.

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