Do you ever wonder if anyone reads your old tweets? Ted Mikulski might. This Connecticut-based artist doesn’t just tweet online, he also posts on park benches, in graveyards, on walls, in shopping carts and on old cars. In his exhibit “Tweets In Real Life,” Mikulski takes tweets from the walls of random users who probably thought their quick messages were lost in their news feeds long ago. He takes these tweets, which are printed on white pieces of paper, laminated and posted around the community, to create funny or ironic works of art. If you can’t get enough of Twitter on your computer or smartphone, now you don’t have to. Mikulski is bringing Twitter to the masses, no username or password required.