By Shannon Lane @Shannonroselane
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When Ahmad Prayoga was 19 years old, he lost both his hands and feet in a terrible electrical accident.
However he has not let losing his limbs stop his artistic flair.
Using his mouth to hold a paint brush, Ahmad creates pictures by moving his head to create brush strokes.
Ahmad was working as a street vendor in Deli Serdang, North Sumatra in May 2015 when he touched an electric current with wet hands and no shoes, and was immediately shocked.
Unfortunately the severity of the burns meant Ahmad had to have his hands and feet amputated.
Despite the traumatising experience, he has regained his lust for life with help from friends, family and teachers.
Ahmad met with Jenny Ong from Smiling Kids Foundation who encouraged him to develop his talents in painting.
Photographer Lana Priatna photographed Ahmad practicing his new-found skill on March 8th 2017.
He said: “Ahmad confessed that when he had hands he could not paint. In fact, now he has these limitations, the paintings are more visible.”