{editorial} Our project WOR{KING} kicked off in February 2014. We just kept on meeting more and more people with awesome wheels (cars, of course, but also motorcycles and bicycles) and their stories and we had to do something with them. For us it was only natural to shoot them plus to do a little interview.
The history of the vehicle and the memories associated with it are usually about more than just the ‘drive’. South Africa and Germany, where most of the content was gathered, have an incredible car culture. The content features various characters and stories: A son who buys his dad his lifelong favorite car, a family that has owned ten Volkswagen Beetles, with which they managed to conquer difficult 4×4 only passes. A father and son who have restored a Boss Mustang for the duration of eleven years. A filmmaker who loves his narrow car and hopes it never becomes trendy…
The people included in this book are a few that we have met on our travels in South Africa, USA, Portugal, Germany and Thailand.

The WOR{KING} collection grew and grew  (check #dnaworking on Instagram) and now we’re at a point where we have so much material, that we could publish a book. That’s why our collaboration with Wanted Online is a great way to show you a little bit about this fun project and to maybe find the right publisher.

Have a look at our WOR{KING} gallery over here.



Ali Kemali and his 1973 Porsche Carrera RS 2.7

Elodye Davids and her classic 1973 Mini

Rui Esteves and his 1979 Porsche 911

Toni Rakkaen and his 2001 Mercedes-Benz G-Class 290 GD

Adam Mays and his 1972 BMW 2002

Jason Lilley and his 2014 Harley-Davidson Breakout