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“I ride in honor of Frank McEwan, who was the design director of the London-based brand Topman. My first work break after college was because he believed in me. He was the first person I knew that died as a result of the HIV virus.”
Conrad Leach is a British-born, Los Angeles-based contemporary artist whose large-scale paintings of graphic and Pop art have been exhibited worldwide since 1999. Over the past decade, Leach has been commissioned by many international individuals and brands to produce motorcycle artworks. He was also the Artist In Residence at the exclusive Louis Vuitton Celux club in Tokyo. He has had solo shows in Tokyo, London, Los Angeles, and Miami. Recently, a selection of prints from his “United State” exhibition, which examined how American and British motorcycle culture influenced each other, was featured in The Bike Shed Paris.
An avid motorcyclist, Conrad has participated in Kiehl’s LifeRide for amfAR since 2011.
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Kiehl’s LifeRide for amfAR is an annual, week-long motorcycle ride through major U.S. cities that includes multiple high-profile events at Kiehl’s stores along the way to raise HIV/AIDS awareness and funds to help amfAR find a cure. At the conclusion of this year’s ride, Kiehl’s will have raised $1.2 million for amfAR. The 6th Kiehl’s LifeRide for amfAR is a 2,100-mile long journey that begins in Denver, CO on August 3 and ends in San Diego, CA on August 15. Learn more at www.kiehls.com and www.amfar.org.