<h5>U2 "The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone)" Production Credits</h5>
<blockquote>Artist: Oliver Jeffers
Directed and produced by: Oliver Jeffers
Director of Photography: Christopher Heaney
Studio photography: Shot by Ann Lupo
Editing: Ann Lupo
Executive Producer: MAD agency
Mural painters: Oliver Jeffers, Danny Devenny and Marty Lyons
Painting assistant: Hannah Coleman
Production Manager: Suzanne Mulholland
Production Assistant: Hannah Coleman
Camera Assistant: Steve Dacey
Color Correction: Oliver Jevremov
Researcher: Gerard McLaughlin</blockquote>
Above, you can watch a video for "The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone)," created by Belfast native and Brooklyn resident Oliver Jeffers. The clip is part of the Films Of Innocence project, which is a collection of 11 films by the various urban visual artists, each inspired by one of the 11 tracks on U2's Songs of Innocence album.
The electrified rocker is accompanied with a video showing artist Oliver Jeffers creating a mural on the side of a building somewhere in Northern Ireland. We get a behind-the-scenes look at his creative process for his piece, from the beginning stages to the finished project. As we can see, a lot of planning went into this project, and the result is a beautiful piece of street art. Joey Ramone is the centerpiece while the script "I can't change the world, but I can change the world in me" is the intended message.
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Source: U2VEVO YouTube