In 1973, local artist Tom Phillips began an annual project documenting 20 different sites around Peckham, a district in South East London that once had an unsavory reputation. Using a pencil and compass, he drew a circle on the map that measured a half-mile radius from his home on Grove Park in the western part of town, marked 20 locations on the line and set off with his camera. Every year since then he has returned to those This story is from Kinfolk Issue Fourteen Buy Now Related Stories Arts & Culture Issue 34 Cult Rooms: Francis Bacon Francis Bacon harvested his master works from the chaotic “compost” of his West London studio. Arts & Culture The Wave: Beyond Hokusai The Great Wave, created by Katsushika Hokusai in 1831, remains the most iconic—and reproduced—non-Western image in art. Arts & Culture Giacometti At Tate Modern, a new exhibition exploring the distinctive works of sculptor and painter Alberto Giacometti. Arts & Culture Weekend Reading: Hikari Yokoyama Philanthropist Hikari Yokoyama on five books that changed her thinking on gender and the balance of power. Arts & Culture Music Issue 23 Jones A British musician offers advice on how to harness massive ambition: Do not yield to self-doubt. Arts & Culture Music Rosie Lowe London-based singer Rosie Lowe talks to us about creative recharging, the power of songwriting and the vulnerability inherent in live performance.