If you are looking for a Bible Atlas, two evangelical publishing houses are competing for your dollar(s). And both deserve a look.
Published in June, the Zondervan Atlas of the Bible by Carl G. Rasmussen is a revision of their NIV Atlas of the the Bible. Using 3D imaging and over 100 full-color maps, this work has spectacular graphics. You can browse inside part of the volume at the Zondervan web site by clicking here.
Not to be outdone, the publisher of the ESV Study Bible, Crossway, will release June 30 the the ESV Bible Atlas. Given the graphics in the study bible, I would anticipate this to be a stunning volume as well. See the promotion here.
Both volumes can be found at Amazon. Both are graphically pleasing. Both are theologically conservative. (caveat emptor)