David Correll is an art director and graphic designer with more than fifteen years of professional experience. Correll’s expertise encompasses print, web, and mobile design, as well as interactive and interface design. His work has been praised in publications such as Creative Review, The Village Voice, and The L magazine.
A longtime musician whose obsession with record packaging first led him to pursue graphic design, David has produced a wealth of innovative work for bands and record labels, including Nine Inch Nails, Yoko Ono, Zola Jesus, Mute Records, and Sacred Bones Records. In addition to his work in the music industry, his versatility as a designer has led him to helm projects for clients from the worlds of consumer goods, finance, publishing, and public relations. He lives in beautiful Brooklyn, NY.
David releases music under the moniker The Splitting.
Monster Children Magazine, issue 55, “David Correll, the Man Behind Vinyl Institution, Sacred Bones”
The Village Voice, "Adoptions and Adaptations: The Distinctive Design of Sacred Bones Records"
Red Bull, "Under the Covers: Sacred Bones"
FACT Magazine, "11 of Modern Music's Best Sleeve Designers"