Ever since their split in 1947, the two countries have had a relationship that is angry at it's best, and deadly at it's worst. Pretty much any small glimmer of cooperation or communication between the two countries would be a step in the right direction.
Enter Coca-Cola, an unlikely diplomat in the conflict. Coca-Cola placed two vending machines with two-way displays at heavily populated points in Lahore, Pakistan, and New Delhi, India, through which people could wave to each other, make funny faces, dance, and trace peace symbols and happy faces too.
Whether it's genuine humanity or a cheesy publicity stunt, I think it's safe to say that anything positive between these two feuding nations is good, so maybe the soda behemoth deserves the benefit of the doubt.
I remember one of these coolers from the last job I worked! Let's just say that before they called me "Water Cooler Chris" I had a more sugary, carbonated nick name. Also, there was a lot more of me to go around.
Graphic artist Viktor Hertz has recreated the logos of famous companies to show what they would be like if the companies actually told the truth about their product. Caution: Heavy doses of keepin' it real ahead.