Coolest Homage to New York City and Joey Ramone Ever 3:26

Joey Ramone would be proud. Watch award-winning filmmaker's Greg Jardin's homage to the late Ramones founder which could also be a love letter to New York City. He created this amazing stop motion film made up of over 1,600 photographs taken across the Big Apple. Look closely to see cameos from some of Joey's close friends and family, as well as a few celebrities sprinkled in here and there.

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