DK (or variants) may refer to:
The DK was a Danish automobile built as a prototype by S. A. Mathiesen in 1950. It was supposed to combine American comfort with European dimensions and economy. It featured a chassisless aluminum body, a Heinkel engine and a ZF Friedrichshafen gearbox. It remained a prototype, but in 1953 a new, modified version was introduced as the DKR car. A few dozen were built, until 1954.
DK is a 2015 Indian Kannada Satirical film directed by Vijay Kampali, formerly known as Udaya Prakash, who directed films such as Kalla Malla Sulla and Auto Raja. Produced by actress Rakshita, the film stars Prem and Chaitra Chandranath in the lead roles. Actress Sunny Leone features in a special item song Sesamma, which marks her Kannada film debut. The film's score and soundtrack is composed by Arjun Janya. The film is the first Kannada film to feature 7.1 surround sound. The film opened across Karnataka on 13 February 2015.
DK (or ДК in Cyrillic) is a cult Soviet underground avant-garde rock band founded by its drummer and leader Sergey Zharikov in Moscow in 1980. It was one of the first Soviet and Russian experimental rock bands. DK was known for the dirty art punk style, sound, that combined blues rock, free jazz and RIO, and their scandalous satirical anti-Soviet creativity. The band released about 40 albums from 1980 to 1990. It's one of the most influential bands in USSR, they influenced many famous Soviet and Russian bands e.g. Grazhdanskaya Oborona, Sektor Gaza, Mongol Shuudan, Dna Error etc.