Meet Noel: Digital nomad and driver of @noeloquence - one of the best Instagram feeds for those who like shock factor.
What is your real name and where do you live?
That's a good question! I am getting it from a lot of different fans on a daily basis. My name is Noel, and I am currently residing all over Europe. I consider myself a digital nomad - I don’t like to stay in one place for too long. My name is also the reason why “noeloquence" starts with the first four letters noel.
What is the strangest DM you have ever received?
I’ve had a couple very strange dm’s - From someone inviting me to their home and stay with them, to someone asking me what they should buy for their girlfriend’s birthday. Someone once asked me: “Have you ever had a hamster and experienced what it’s like to lose one?” Very random questions are probably the easiest way to start a conversation with me! :)
Describe your computer desktop:
My desktop is always messy although I try to clean it every day after I finish a major project. It is always full of screenshots, photos & other random stuff I stumble upon while doing my work.
What is your favorite feed at the moment?
That is a hard one; I don’t think I can pick "the one" since I am a big fan of a lot of different artists & pages, but one of my all-time favorites is @tomgalle. Tom is an incredibly creative artist from NYC, a pure genius in my eyes. I can’t recommend it enough to check out his website http://tomgalle.online/ - It won’t be boring, I promise.
What are you sick of seeing people post?
I don’t care too much about what people are posting. I am not following anyone that I don’t enjoy watching. I don’t see any reason to criticize someone else since the content I am publishing is also not everyone's pair of shoes.
I have already had a lot of hate for stuff I post which doesn’t always mean that I agree with a certain ideology. The main motivation behind all this is to provoke people and get them into the situation where they think “How the fuck did this photo come together?” Everyone should have the right to express themselves in their way. That's the beauty of the internet, isn’t it?
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