Baltimore’s subconscious is painted on its walls. Drive through the city and see visions of the past, present and possible future in murals and graffiti tags. Hundreds of them are legal works — sponsored by city-affiliated organizations and nonprofits. Others, under the umbrella “street art,” are unsanctioned, often unsigned pieces — many making a political statement. We took a look at a few pieces that speak to the state of Baltimore’s subconscious today.