It is customary to display the time in a purely graphicform, with numbers on the dial, mechanical or electronic. At such a time, time passes in an impersonal way. But it can also be different! These author's watches "Time is dancing" are called to change our view on the nature of time. On the one hand, a watch with a ballerina makes the progress of time visible, and on the other hand, tend to reflect the fragility of everything that is in constant change. Designer Meike Harde departs from the empty expression of the passage of time and offers his vision of his move. The hands of the watch are made in the form of an elegant dancer. The trunk and leg of the girl form minute and hour hands, during which the ballerina makes various pirouettes, sometimes twisting into very uncomfortable and hardly possible poses. Nevertheless, the dancer with the maximum concentration maintains balance and balance, because the supporting leg does not move, although it could be assumed that this is a second hand. The design does not only come fromfunctional-aesthetic approach. The metaphorical design is meant to bring a little poetry into such a commonplace thing as a clock. An eternally young and flexible ballerina makes us see in time not just a set of lines and figures, but an eternal movement and harmony. The base of the watch is made of ash woodlight shade and pronounced texture. The surface of the dial is made of transparent acrylic glass on a white background. The details of the dancer are also translucent, which in the complex gives the impression of lightness, weightlessness and airiness of the whole structure. Such a clock with a ballerina will look great both in the living room or in the bedroom, and in the children's room, especially the girl who is engaged in classical dance.