Much less philosophically abstract and closer to the anarchist tradition than Debord. Vaneigem predicts a revolution in everyday life that will be brought about by a spontaneous explosion of poetic creativity and the founding of a small self-governing communities that will unleash a free human creativity.
Vaneigem's polemical denunciation of the society of the spectacle comprises a powerful and often witty description of the kaleidoscopic flow of signs which, by using the mechanism of interpellation, transforms individuals into actors who play out alienating roles.
Confronted by the flow of signs and images that cosntitute Debord's 'society of the spectacle', individuals are constantly interpellated by posters, advertisements and stereotypes offering universal images in which they are invited to recognize themselves.
The function of interpellation is to block spontaneous creativity.
Whether or not there is any direct connection between the two notions of interpellation remains unclear.