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Vartan ( Vardan in Eastern Armenian transliteration) is an Armenian name.

Vartan or Värtan may refer to:

Vartan (comics)

Vartan is an Italian comic book created and drawn by Sandro Angiolini, and published in 200 issues between October 1969 and May 1977 by Furio Viano. An attempt to relaunch the publication in 1980 lasted only six issues. The comic book featured the erotic adventures of its heroine, described as "white Indian", in a classic western setting. The title character's name and features were loosely inspired by French singer and actress Sylvie Vartan, at the time quite popular in Italy thanks to a number of hits and television appearances.

Vartan is one of many such characters from the Italian fumetti tradition. Other female figures from the same era, and with similarly erotic preoccupations, include Zora la Vampira, Maghella, Biancaneve, Lucifera, Jacula, Yra, Jolanda de Almaviva, and Sukia.

Vartan (art director)

Vartan Kurjian, better known as Vartan, is a Grammy-winning art director and designer, primarily for MCA Records and Universal Music Group. As of 2014, he had worked on over 600 albums.

Vartan began his career in Japan, working as a graphic artist. In 1979, he joined the art department at MCA Records, becoming a senior art director in 1991. Vartan won a Grammy Award for Best Recording Package at the 34th Annual Grammy Awards, in 1992, for Billie Holiday - The Complete Decca Recordings performed by Billie Holiday. In 1994, Vartan was promoted to VP of creative packaging.