Herbie Fletcher has had a profound impact on the landscape of surf culture. In addition to pioneering the surfboard traction pad, his family has been at the forefront of tow-in surfing, aerial maneuvers, and big wave riding. You might have seen him on the North Shore hanging out with a man in purple pajamas - that’s his close friend and collaborator Julian Schnabel. From the imposing white walls of Chelsea art galleries, to the Pipe House on the North Shore, Herbie Fletcher has left his mark. This week, Herbie drops in to discuss how somebody so influential in the sport of surfing has also been able to have a successful career in the exclusive world of fine art.