If you haven't fully embraced the scent of the New York City subway system, then you're not a real New Yorker. But if your delicate olfactory system is offended by the smells that have developed on the platforms over the years, then this art student has something for you.

SVA's Angela Kim has created a scratch n' sniff sign and placed it in various locations underground, telling passersby: "If you smell something, smell something else." (A clever nod to the MTA's "If you see something, say something" warning.) The scents can be pulled off like tabs on a Dan Smith flyer, and provide scents like vanilla, lavender, orchid, magnolia and tuberose.

According to Untapped Cities, she'll be posting them all over throughout the month, and they've already been placed in Canal Street, Union Square, and Herald Square stations.