Alicia Rius: “I’m drawn by their alien look. There’s something disturbing yet eerie that keeps me astonished every time I look at one.Without fluffy and fancy coats, this breed shows what a true cat is. Everything is raw, exposed, vulnerable.This body of work is an exploration of the beauty of Sphynxes within their oddity.” She does have a point there. Sphynxes are often derided as ugly because of their leathery looks. However, that’s is really unfair, considering that it’s not their own fault. Plus, they have the most majestic Egyptian profile of any cat.
Alicia Rius Photograph Hairless Sphynx Cats to Explore Their Odd Beauty: