If you don't remember Construx, don't feel bad. It simply means you probably weren't a child of the 1980s, arguably one of the best times ever to be a kid. Available from 1983 to about 1988, Construx was Fisher-Price's answer to Lego, but it allowed kids to quickly build larger structures using beams and connectors, Or in this case, animate a stop-motion music video.
Created by animator Adam Brown over the span of about a year, the video's for an aptly-named song called Construxon Time Again by Jacob 2-2. And if the song doesn't do it for you, surely the nostalgia of what at one time was Lego's biggest competitor will. [Adam Animates via The Awesomer]