La Carte Surréaliste: Georges Hugnet, Max Ernst, Marcel Jean, Oscar Dominguez, Hans Arp, Marcel Duchamp, Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, André Breton, Yves Tanguy, Nush Eluard, Salvador Dali, Dora Maar, René Magritte, Paul Eluard, Wolfgang Paalan, Jacquelinee Breton, Hans Bellmer, Roland Penrose, Man Ray and Meret Oppenheim. Among Surrealist techniques exploiting the mystique of accident was a kind of collective collage of words or images called the cadavre exquis (exquisite corpse). Based on an old parlor game, it was played by several people, each of whom would write a phrase on a sheet of paper, fold the paper to conceal part of it, and pass it on to the next player for his contribution. These poetic fragments were felt to reveal a characterised a the "unconscious reality in the personality of the group" resulting from a process of what Max Ernst called "mental contagion." The game was immediately adapted to drawing and even collage, producing a series of hybrids the first reproductions of which are to be found in No. 9-10 of La Révolution surrealiste (October, 1927) without identification of their creators.