We know that we can represent any planar graph by a set of circles in the plane, known as a coin graph. Each circle represents a vertex and there is an edge between two vertices if and only if the circles "kiss" at their boundary.
Suppose that instead we allow the circles to overlap, and represent an edge by a pair of circles that intersect in their interior? What class of graphs can we represent in this model? Clearly we can represent complete graphs (every circle intersects every other circle). Can we represent all graphs like this?