High-end retail district pop-up installations consisting of plastic eyes lustfully gazing up at the Z were inspired by Motor Trend's description of the vehicle as the "Ultimate Eye Magnet".
No exotic locations. No fancy typefaces. No photgrapnic tricks. In a field littered with pretentious luxury sports car ads the Z print work is shamelessly free of adornment.
In 1945, Woody Guthrie pens "Riding In My Car". Fifty years later the ultimate driving song finally meets its sheet metal soulmate.
When you're a legend you get a line of trading cards for your fans to covet.
If you're the ultimate legend you get billboards as well.
Lovers have the Kama Sutra. 350z enthusiast have (Z)ine magazine.