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An Austrian designer has nailed income inequality in America in the most shocking way 

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Herwig Scherabon, a popular Austrian designer, has nailed income inequality in America in the most intriguing of ways. In cities like Atlanta; NYC, and Los Angeles — the problem is surreal.

Smaller buildings in the images represent the poorest of Americans,  while, the larger buildings represent the significantly wealthy.  In cities like Venice Beach; Chicago, and NYC the average income is $104,000.

But in Venice Beach and the more gentrified areas, the average annual income is almost 30x higher than the general $20,000 a year most Americans earn. 

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All photo credits go to Scherabon.


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Loves coffee; cute animals, and the world around us. I serve as the Editor-in-Chief and the President of the companies in which own Bazaar Daily News. Follow me on Twitter @HaleemKhane for more amusing updates. *I do not discuss my own political views for obvious reasons*

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