1st To Do It chronicles some of the most innovative, daring and unknown maverick's in the fields of art, music, sports and fashion. Through arduous research, spanning the stacks at toppled libraries to unearthed microfilm, these pioneers were the first people to do things that seem quite commonplace in today's society. 1st To Do It is an ongoing series of short documentaries that sheds a much needed light on the people who made their mark first.
Oben das Video über El Santo, den ersten Lucha Libre-Wrestler, der eine Maske trug.
El Santo harnessed the power bestowed upon him by a celestial body which gave him an unbelievable grappling ability in the ring, while sacrificing his own face to the delight and horror of lucha libre enthusiasts around the world. After enjoying a career that spanned decades, the tale turned tragic as El Santo died days after removing the mask that had cemented him as a wrestling legend.
Und hier noch ein Clip über den Rapper GLC, der als erstes zusammengebundene Schuhe über Hochspannungsleitungen geschmissen hat. Die wirklich wichtigen Dinge des Lebens eben.
In cities across the world shoes swing haphazardly to the rhythms of culture happenings while on electrical lines. GLC takes the audience to church as he explains why he first threw a bevy of sneakers into the air. From Samba adidas to the Air Jordan IV, there's a science behind the action of throwing shoes on a wire.