The Beau Brownie camera was available in a range of colors from 1930 to 1933. The only technical difference between these and the standard Brownie is that they had a new doublet lens, allowing the Beau Brownie to be slightly shorter. Designed by Walter Dorwin Teague (American, 1883–1960), the cameras had a two-tone Art Deco geometric design that came in five combinations: black and burgundy, brown and tan, two-tone blue, two-tone green, and two-tone rose. They came in two styles: No. 2 or No. 2A, with the latter being slightly larger and taking different film.