It took nearly three years for the printhouse to find a printer.
A print house in Los Angeles had tried to hire one, but it was too expensive.
The print house’s biggest headache: “The whole house was so fucking small,” said Joe Dann, who was the print house manager.
“The printhouse was built on a platform that’s 10 feet high and about 30 feet wide.
We built it on the top of a dumpster.”
The print shop is part of the Los Angeles printing house complex, and the building is also home to the printmaking lab, which produces prints for other print houses around the world.
It’s a building that’s become a symbol of the city’s failure to innovate.
The LA Print House opened in 2009.
It is a large and complex building, a place where a single person can build a printer and then make prints, or a company can set up shop and print the clothes on their backs.
But the building, like most of the other buildings that are part of L.A., is riddled with holes.
“We were really lucky that the building was actually built with a metal frame, so it didn’t collapse like other buildings,” said Dann.
The printing house has been struggling for years to find new printing equipment.
In February, the city of Los Angeles announced it would not renew its contract to print $1 billion worth of prints from the city, which would have put the building on the market.
The Los Angeles Print House is now the second most expensive print house to go under, according to the Los, Angeles Times, with $3.6 billion worth in printing equipment sitting idle.
The newspaper said the printing house, which is now owned by a Chinese company, is in need of $1 million in repairs.
The building is now on the verge of being demolished.
“A big part of this has to do with the lack of innovation in this city,” said L.L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti, who said he is working to improve the printing system.
“There is a lack of knowledge, the lack.
The printing is done by people that are not experts, and we’re not experts in how to print,” he said.
In a recent interview with the Los Angels newspaper, Garcetti acknowledged that the printing needs are more pressing than the lack in supplies.
“In the future, if you are going to print a lot of things, it’s going to be a little bit easier to get new materials and more materials,” Garcetti said.
The city is also looking to raise money for the printing of new buildings.
Garcetti has been pushing to build more printing facilities, including a new one on the corner of Broadway and Main Street, to make up for the lack, but he has not found any funding.
The paper said that Garcetti and his administration have proposed a $1.3 billion investment in new buildings to make the printing process easier, including $500 million for the building.
Garcett has also asked for an extension on the city building tax that has been on the books since 2011, so that it can be paid out by April 2019.
The construction of the new building, at a cost of $2.5 million, will be funded through an endowment, which Garcetti says will help create jobs.
The cost of the building will be covered by a $2 million bond that will be sold at auction in October.
The new building is slated to open in 2020.
But if the city does not renew the contract, it could be years before the building can reopen, according the Los Angelenos Union.
“This has been the worst building ever built in L.E. by a long shot,” Garcett said in a statement.
“It’s going up next to a landfill.
It will be a total dumpster fire.”