Originally scheduled for release near the end of 2012, M.I.A.'s fourth studio album, Matangi, will finally hit shelves tomorrow—a short period of time in comparison to how long we've had to wait to get our hands on the next M.I.A. creation. Matangi consists of 15 tracks along with another killer album cover, and based on her new Versace collab, Julian Assange being her open act in New York, and her performance at the YouTube Music Awards, it's clear that she's back and bigger than ever on both musical and visual fronts. To celebrate Matangi's release, and to remind you about a side of her life that you may not know, here are 10 Things You Didn't Know About M.I.A.'s Visual Art Career.

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