Shiva Tandava Stotram Dress
Lord Shiva and Ravana being the source of inspiration.
The wings illustrate the chariot in which Ravana flew, and the person in in helmet is Ravana himself. Following is the story behind the artwork-
It was the day when Ravana defeated Kubera and he was ridding the sky in Pushpak Veemaan (the flying chariot) which he won from Kubera along with the Kingdom of Lanka. A a sudden his Chariot stopped at Mount Kailash and he was disturbed by the thought that his Chariot can not cross over Kailash( Mount Kailash is the home of Lord Shiva). Ravana ordered the Mount to get off his way, but the Mount asked him to change his path as Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati are resting over him and he is bound to stay at his position. The refusal of Mount annoyed Ravana , he again warned him to get off his way else he will uproot him. Arrogant Ravana Got off his Chariot and tried to remove it with his own hands. Ravana even succeeded to lift the mount for a while but lord Shiva in order to teach him a lesson, presses the mountain with his Toe. Ravana was unable to lift it for any longer and his hands were pressed under the mount. Ravana realised his mistake, being the son of a Great Sage, he was a Vidvaani (knowledgable). To impress Shiva he sang Shiva Tandava Strotram
*T&C: Tolerance of (+/-) 0.75 inches is tolerable*